Real Estate News: A look at the Toronto Condo Market and selling prices in the first quarter of 2014 including condos in the popular Bloor Yorkville and Yonge and Bloor condominium buildings.


The Weir Team’s Cameron Weir and Scott Hanton are proud to be the go-to condo realtors for many buyers and sellers. 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 if you’re ready for a free consultation about your condo suite.

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

Strong Demand Prompts Robust Price Growth in Q1 Toronto, April 15, 2014 —

Toronto Real Estate Board President Dianne Usher announced that “home buyers remained confident in purchasing condominium apartments during the first three months of 2014. This included first-time buyers and seasoned home owners looking to change their housing situation. Despite the condo market segment being well-supplied, strong sales growth translated into a robust increase in the average selling price.”

Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 4,454 condominium apartments sold through the TorontoMLS system in Q1 2014 – up nine per cent compared to 4,085 sales reported in Q1 2013. The average selling price for Q1 2014 transactions was up by 5.6 per cent year-over-year to $351,213.

The City of Toronto accounted for 70 per cent of all condo apartment transactions, with 3,121 sales reported. The average selling price in the City was $376,226. The supply of condo apartments listed for sale also edged up in the first three months of 2014.

New listings reported during the quarter were up by 3.1 per cent year-overyear. Active listings at the end of the quarter were up by 1.8 per cent.

“The number of new condominium apartment completions was up substantially in 2014. Because of this, we could see stronger growth in listings in the second half of 2014 as some investors choose to list their units for sale. If this occurs, buyers would benefit from more choice in the marketplace and thus could have more negotiating power with regard to price,” said Jason Mercer, TREB’s Senior Manager of Market Analysis.


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