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2019 MLS Awards: Toronto's most and least expensive sales of the year

Friday Jan 10th, 2020

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I was curious to see what the most expensive house that sold in Toronto on the MLS was last year, as well as the least expensive. Same for condos. So I looked them up. Then I went down a bit of a curiosity rabbit hole and at the end I figured if I was curious, you might be too, so I'm sharing them on this blog post. Though TREB's MLS system covers a wide geographic area, the below are just for my main area of interest, the City of Toronto (aka the 416), unless noted otherwise. I'll... [read more]

2020 MLS Awards: Toronto's most and least expensive sales of the year

Wednesday Jan 20th, 2021

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Welcome to the 2nd Annual MLS Awards. Last year's list was one of my most popular blog posts of the year and was deemed juicy enough to be picked up by BlogTO. I started doing them because I was curious to see what the most expensive house that sold in Toronto on the MLS was, then that made me wonder what the least expensive was. Then I wondered about condos and went down a bit of a curiosity rabbit hole. Though TRREBs' MLS system covers a wide geographic area, the below... [read more]

December 2020 charts: are investors back into condos?

Wednesday Jan 13th, 2021

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In the blog last month, it was a continuation of the narrative for several months whereby freeholds were going strong and condos were kind of hurting, especially in the downtown core. And then December happened. As always, you'll find the full set of market charts (only excerpts are highlighted below) here on my website. Let's get at December... About-face for condo sales For the first 6 months of the year, whether starting the year the year off hot in... [read more]

November 2020 charts: are freeholds out of hand?

Monday Dec 7th, 2020

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Carrying on the narrative from last month, and the last several really, condos are still having a rough go of things, and freeholds are not. You'll find the full set of market charts (only excerpts are highlighted below) here on my website. Let's get at November... Freeholds are all caught up - and then some After the big 416 freehold sales hole from April (-65% YoY) and May (-62%) and even June (-12%), I would never have thought we'd be able to... [read more]

October 2020 charts: are condos on the skids?

Monday Nov 9th, 2020

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Carrying on the narrative from last month, condos are still having a rough go of things, and freeholds are not. You'll find the full set of market charts (only excerpts are highlighted below) here on my website. Let's get at October... Freeholds are all caught up It's pretty crazy to look back at that sales hole from April (-65% YoY) and May (-62%). Heck, even June was -12%. The sales transaction deficit bottomed out at the end of June, with sales 1,634... [read more]

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