Real Estate Agents previewing MLS listings, Homes For Sale & Condos For Sale by Century 21 Realtors
As both Canada's & Ontario's most populous & busiest city, Toronto's real estate market place has seen tremendous housing appreciation in recent years, with Toronto MLS Listings flying off the shelves. Buying a house or condo in Toronto has been increasingly difficult for home buyers, due to high demand & competition. Multiple offers & lost real estate bidding wars have meant that many apartment renters wanting to purchase homes in Toronto have had to give up searching for now. New mortgage rules that came into effect recently have also made owning Toronto homes a dream out of reach for many. Recent talk of a Toronto real estate bubble by commentators has, to date, been overblown. Although home & condo prices remain high compared to historic norms, most analysts expect the residential boom to continue, albeit at a slower pace. We continue to experience real & significant population growth, & everyone needs a dwelling of their own. Property prices will surely follow.
GTA districts have numerous types of homes for sale available on MLS Toronto. Options include types such as detached houses, semi-detached or townhouses. Less clear is what style: There are back split style homes for sale in Toronto, mainly in older spots, that offer a lot of housing value for money. Another strategy is to consider bungalows, which have shown real house price appreciation due to demographic changes, more common 2-storey house styles, or new homes in suburbs. With Toronto's condominiums, older condo residences normally have higher maintenance fees but more space, but smaller newer condo developments provide higher sale prices per square foot.
11 Lee Centre Drive. at Scarborough Town Centre.
260 Seneca Hiill Drive - Crestview Place. in North York
At 190 Borough Drive - Centro Condo.
Start browsing homes for sale or condos for sale using a Searchable Toronto Map listing properties for sale in GTA. Access it by either clicking on the icon above to search Real Estate Toronto or alternatively, search from a menu on the left to find properties by region. There is also info covering other districts. Property maps exist for North York, Scarborough, Markham etc.. If you see something interesting, please call or e-mail me so we may view it. Please note that housing conditions are robust & many may already be conditionally sold, so please call so I can verify availability.
Finding a Real Estate Agent
A vital part of any home buying search is locating one of Torontos realtors to assist you. A successful realtor in Toronto can help you navigate the myriad residential properties currently being promoted. They should be experienced so they can quickly locate what you want. Agents are paid on commission, & in most cases sellers bear the cost of their services, so a house buyer can concentrate on finding their preferred property. Your residential property agent should know about neighbourhoods, style of homes, relative prices of real estate in Toronto, & amenities.
Toronto is known for its different neighbourhoods. New neighbourhood names have resulted from recent redistricting. A good realtor will be familiar with areas to assist an anxious home buyer wanting to know how areas are ranking & which pockets are safe. Willowdale & Bayview Village are excellent & established locales sporting many condos. Scarborough is always popular with new comers & has many affordable bungalows & new developments near the Town Centre & older spacious units near Bridletowne Circle. Markham has developed fast & has newer houses near Cornell & Unionville , as has Vaughan near Thornhill Woods. There is a Toronto neighbourhood map & links to various neighbourhoods by name here. Select from the menu on the left & let this site be your neighbourhood guide.
April 24 - Toronto Real Estate Board realtors reported 12,077 residential sales through our Realtor's system in March 2017, representing a 17.7 per cent increase over sales for the same period of 2016. Buying activity was strongest in condominiums and detached houses. YTD In March, the number of new available homes & condos on the Real Estate network were up by 15.2 per cent, but tight market conditions still favoured sellers.
Average selling prices for Mar were $916,567, up by 33.2% compared to averages of $688,011 reported for similar frame in 2016. The HPI Composite Benchmark was up by 28.6% over that same period.
Ram's take: "The market in 2017 has been the most robust I have seen it since I became a realtor. Extraordinarily strong demand across all housing types (but particularly in condos) has had a significant impact on prices. The continued problem of short inventory supply remains a major issue for buyers. Bidding wars are now the norm for all types of housing, and not just low rises. Given the current price of low rise homes, many buyers have been forced to select the high rise option, and that has further exacerbated the price increases. There is no evidence of any interest rate increases in the near term, and so we should see robust conditions for the rest of this year. The Ontario Government has recently announced demand measures such as a foreign buyer's tax (similar to the one in Vancouver) and we will monitor the impact with interest"
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