Toronto’s new home sales are re-entering the atmosphere but forming two distinct markets. BILD GTA and Altus Group data shows new home sales fell in September. Even with the dip, the volume remains historically strong for all segments. Prices are a little more complicated, with single-family homes soaring and condos dropping. Toronto Single-Family Home Prices […]
Greater Toronto new home sales have picked up, from usually low levels in prior years. Altus Group and BILD GTA data shows new homes sales climbed in January. One unexpected blip in the data is the City of Toronto, which actually saw a sharp decline in sales. It appears flight from the City isn’t just […]
Greater Toronto new home sales were busy last month, but are expected to slow. Altus Group data shows new home sales nearly doubled last year’s volume in March. The rise in sales was met with no new project launches, causing inventory to tighten. Many buyers shrugged off the pandemic, but the firm’s analysts expect the […]
Greater Toronto new home sales are rising, but so is inventory as well. Altus Group data shows inventory reached a multi-year high in October. The rise in inventory was accompanied by higher sales too – just not in the City of Toronto. In the City proper, sales continue to make significant declines. Greater Toronto New […]
Greater Toronto is seeing the fewest new real estate sales for October in over half a decade. Altus numbers, obtained from BILD, show sales made a huge nose dive in October. The sales decline resulted in higher inventory, and mixed price movements. Greater Toronto New Detached Prices Fall, While Condos Rise Greater Toronto is a […]
Remember when people used to line up for a chance to put a deposit on new Toronto real estate? Those days seem very far behind us. BILD and Altus Group data shows new condo apartment sales fell across Greater Toronto, while inventory rose. Don’t worry, people are still paying more for these units… a lot […]
Greater Toronto new condo sales experienced a drop in July, helping to send inventory much higher… and the industry is expecting more.