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GTA condo sales fall 24 per cent in November

There were 2,454 condo apartment sales in the GTA in November, a decline of 24 per cent compared to November 2017, reports BILD.
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GTA home sales and prices post 2018 decline

The Toronto Real Estate Board reported a total of 77,426 residential transactions in 2018, a 16.1 per cent decline compared to 2017's 92,263 home sales.
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GTA new home market gained speed in October

October was a relatively active month for new condominium apartment and single-family home sales and openings in the GTA, reports BILD.
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Affordability driving condo market share higher: RE/MAX

Affordability is driving the increase in multi-unit home sales, as resale condos and townhomes in the GTA now represent nearly 37 per cent of home sales.
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CondoBusiness

New GTA condo prices climb 11 per cent in Q3-2018

New condominium apartment sales in the GTA rose four per cent year-over-year to 4,738 units in Q3-2018, according to Urbanation’s Q3-2018 market results.
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GTA new home market rebounds in September

The GTA new home market experienced improvements in new project openings and new home sales in September compared to the previous month, reports BILD.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Strong GTA rent growth continues into Q3

GTA condo rent climbed 9.4 per cent in Q3-2018 to an average of $3.26 per square foot, according to Urbanation’s Q3-2018 rental market results.
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GTA home sales rose 8.5 per cent in August

Home sales in the Greater Toronto Area increased 8.5 per cent year-over-year to 6,839 units in August 2018, reports the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).
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GGH tech hubs, transit opens door for development: Altus Group

Significant affordability challenges in the GTA and tighter mortgage rules are increasingly causing prospective home buyers to look for dwellings in the GGH.
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GTA home sales surge 18.6 per cent in July

In July 2018, the GTA experienced strong growth in both the number of home sales and the average selling price, reports the Toronto Real Estate Board.
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CondoBusiness

GTA new condo sales outpace other home types

New condominium apartment sales in the GTA continued to outpace new single-family home sales in June despite an increase in condo prices, reports BILD.
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Canadian Property Management

Q2 office vacancy space figures released

Figures for office vacancy space in Q2 of 2018 have been released. The report revealed positive absorption rates for most of the major markets in Canada.
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Canadian Property Management

GTA office market returns mixed second-quarter results

The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) office market reached the midway point of 2018 with mixed second-quarter results, an new reports has revealed.
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CondoBusiness

GTA home sales climb 17.6 per cent in June

The GTA saw 8,082 home sales in June 2018, an increase of 2.4 per cent year-over-year. Compared to May 2018, sales were also up by 17.6 per cent.
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Stronger condo sales boosted GTA’s new home market in May

In May, the GTA’s new home market saw condo price increases with condo sales close to the 10-year average and remaining condo apartment inventory falling.
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GTA home sales drop 22.2 per cent in May

The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) saw 7,834 home sales in May 2018, a decline of 22.2 per cent year-over-year, reports the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).
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GTA new home inventory builds in April as sales slow

In April, the GTA’s new home market saw lower sales amid an increase in remaining inventory and declining prices, reports BILD.