Rising Toronto Real Estate Condominium Values – Sales statistics from some of the best real estate agents to help guide you when buying and selling a condo in Toronto and the GTA

 

No matter which neighbourhood you’re in, or you want to be in, The Weir Team’s Cameron Weir and Scott Hanton are proud to be the go-to condo realtors for many buyers and sellers. We’ve sold condos all over Toronto, but here’s a look at our most recent sold condos near the rapidly changing Yonge and Bloor and Bloor Yorkville neighbourhoods:

33 Charles St E – Penthouse 4601

33 Charles St E – Suite 3004

33 Charles St E – Suite 1909

33 Charles St E – Suite 1010

35 Hayden Street -Suite 1505

110 Charles St E – Suite 4002

35 Hayden Street – Suite 505

80 Charles St E – Suite 306

80 Charles St E – Suite 305

6 Wellesley Place – TH3

24 Wellesley St W – Suite 407

1001 Bay Street – Suite 1118

15 Maitland Place – Suite 912

Contact Scott@TheWeirTeam.ca if you’re ready for a free consultation about your condo suite.

The following press release is from the Toronto Real Estate Board:

Condo Sales and Average Price Up in Q4 2014 Toronto, January 16, 2015

Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced that there were 4,975 condominium apartment sales reported through the TorontoMLS system in the fourth quarter of 2014. This result was up by 8.3 per cent compared to the fourth quarter of 2013.

“Demand for condominium apartments remained strong in the fourth quarter of 2014. While the supply of condominium apartments listed for sale grew in the fourth quarter, including a large number of newly completed units, the number of sales grew at a faster pace. Competition between buyers increased in the condo market over the past year,” said Mr. Etherington. “Interest in ownership housing in the GTA, including demand from first-time buyers in the condo market, is extremely strong. The majority of households understand that a home purchase represents a quality long-term investment,” said Mr. Etherington.

The average TorontoMLS selling price for a condominium apartment in the fourth quarter of 2014 was $367,199 – up 3.8 per cent compared to the average of $353,799 reported for the same period in 2013.

“Despite very strong condominium apartment completions over the last two years, we have not experienced a glut in inventory. The number of buyers has more than kept up with the number of units available for sale. This is why we continued to experience above-inflation average price growth in the condo segment,” said Jason Mercer, TREB’s Director of Market Analysis.

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