May 4, 2018- From a high point in Spring 2017, sales may be down 32% and the average sale price of a detached home down 14.3% (to $1,354,719), but due to demand and low inventory, some homes are currently attracting multiple offers and way over list sale prices. And condo apartments are selling 3.8% higher on average than a year ago (now $601,211). Many buyers plan on buying a property in the GTA, so once the current volatility due to governmental policies like new mortgage rules has settled, we expect sales and prices to pick up even more in the Toronto Real Estate Market. Read TREB’s Market Watch Report and, for personal real estate advice, contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel Division, Royal LePage RE Svcs. Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121
February 6, 2018- The Toronto Real Estate Board’s January 2018 statistics show that, although 416 detached home prices are down 12% from a year ago, the average 416 condo apartment sale price is up 15%. Still, due to the low inventory of homes on the market, many freehold properties are selling over asking. Let’s also keep in mind we started 2018 under freezing cold weather conditions, whereas 2017 began quite warm. With new borrowing rules and rising interest rates, (and the weather warming up), the time to list is NOW, while some buyers still have pre-approvals at lower rates under the old rules. Don’t wait for Spring. Read the full Toronto Real Estate Board Report here and for advice and personal real estate guidance, contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel Division of Royal LePage RE Svcs., Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121
July 5, 2017- Active listings are finally up for freehold properties. But active 416 condo apartment listings are actually down 32% from a year ago. The average detached 416 house sells for $1,503,868, the average 416 condo apartment $564,808. There is less than a two month supply of homes so there is demand for properties. There has been a blip with many factors happening at one time, like the Ontario Fair Housing Act and many homeowners listing all at once, but the feeling is that the Toronto market will stay strong. A good time to be buying, especially a freehold property. Read the full Market Watch report here and visit TOrealestate.ca Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Royal LePage Real Estate Svcs., Ltd., J&D Division, Brokerage 416-489-2121 firstname.lastname@example.org
June 2nd, 2017- Enclave of executive residences, close to great schools, parks, and shopping including new Whole Foods Market. Super convenient to downtown via Mount Pleasant, Bayview or DVP. $1,395,000. Just imagine the possibilities! For more details, visit TOrealestate.ca– Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel Division, Royal LePage RE Svcs. Ltd, Brokerage. 416-489-2121
April 5, 2017- And so it continues….With active listings down a further 35.2% from last year, sales up 17.7%, inventory gets tighter so frustrated buyers are paying high prices to obtain scarce properties in Toronto. The average sale price of properties of all types is up 33.2% this year to $1,661,780 for a detached property and $550,299 for a condo apartment. (416 area). Want strategies on how to snap up a place? Or how to maximize the sale of your home? Read the full TREB Market Watch Report and connect with Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel, Royal LePage RE Svcs. Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121
March 6, 2017- No wonder the competition is fierce for property in Toronto- not enough product for all the interested buyers! The average selling price is up 27.7% from this time last year- detached houses in 416 are selling for $1,573,622 and a condo apartment is selling for $515,424 on average. Read the full TREB Market Watch report and contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel Division, Royal LePage Real Estate Services, Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121 for winning strategies in this tricky market, for personal award-winning service, and over 24 years of experience selling Toronto homes.
Feb 3, 2017- Active listings are down by half, sales are up 11.8% and the average Days on the Market is down 34.5% to only 19. The average selling price for a detached property in the 416 area is now $1,336,640. The average selling price of a 416 condo apartment is $471,409. With such short supply, prices keep increasing. Even though Donald Trump remains a wild card, and the Vancouver market has changed, the Toronto market stays strong. If you have a property to sell, what are you waiting for? Read TREB’s Market Watch Report and contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel, Division Royal LePage RES Ltd., Brokerage for personal real estate service and advice. TOrealestate.ca 416-489-2121