Pickering Real Estate Statistics – Your Real Estate Update for April 2015

The Weir Team saw a busy April in the booming Pickering real estate market. We’re seeing many buyers who have been priced out of the downtown Toronto market looking east into Durham Region… and looking for bigger bang for their buck. More bedrooms, more parking, larger lot and most importantly these days… detached. All of that can be found in Pickering 20-45 minutes via the 401 and DVP to downtown Toronto (depending on the time of day, of course).

This increased interest in Pickering has seen prices jump considerably over the past few years.

For the month of April 2015, here’s what happened:

-130 Freehold homes were sold (versus 114 last month)

-the average selling price was $580,062 (versus $565,692 last month)

-the average days on market was 15 days

-the lowest property sold for $255,000 and the highest sale was $1,600,000

-92 houses were detached, 16 were semi-detached and 17 were townhouses

-most properties were 2-storey houses and 10 were bungalows

-18 properties were sold in Amberlea

-8 properties were sold in Bay Ridges

-13 properties were sold in Brock Ridge

-6 properties were sold in Duffin Heights

-7 properties were sold in Highbush

-26 properties were sold in Liverpool

-7 properties were sold in Rosebank

-4 properties were sold in Rouge Park

-6 properties were sold in Rougemount

-5 properties were sold in Rural Pickering

-1 property was sold in Town Centre

-7 properties were sold in Village East

-9 properties were sold in West Shore

-7 properties were sold in Woodlands

The Weir Team has a lot more information on your street and neighbourhood including sales history and current values. Don’t hesitate to contact us for anything real estate related in Pickering.

Written by Scott Hanton, Broker for The Weir Team

Statistics courtesy of Toronto Stratus MLS

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