A series of charts summarizing key residential statistics for the GTA, including an affordability indicator and time series for price, new listings and sales.

Lack of affordability and uncertainty remained issues for many would-be home buyers in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in October 2023. As a result, sales edged lower compared to last year. However, selling prices remained higher than last year’s levels.

Demand for and supply of rental condominium apartments continued to grow in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) during the third quarter of 2023, as reported by REALTORS® through TRREB's MLS® System.

The condominium apartment market became much more balanced over the past year. While Q3 2023 condo apartment sales were up year-overyear, growth in listings far outstripped growth in sales. The result was the average price edging lower providing some relief in the face of higher borrowing costs.

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Four Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) Members are in the spotlight for going above and beyond in the real estate industry and for outstanding contributions to their communities. TRREB is recognizing these Members, who tirelessly dedicate their time in the pursuit of a brighter tomorrow through selfless acts and good deeds. We are honouring them with the annual David Rossi Committee Service Award and Community Service Awards.

A series of charts summarizing key residential statistics for the GTA, including an affordability indicator and time series for price, new listings and sales.

The impact of high borrowing costs, high inflation, uncertainty surrounding future Bank of Canada decisions and slower economic growth continued to weigh on Greater Toronto Area (GTA) home sales in September. However, despite the market being better-supplied with listings, the average selling price was up year-over-year.

The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) welcomes the City of Toronto’s much anticipated revenue tools report’s consideration of a multi-year approach to property tax rates. Property tax is a more equitable, stable and appropriate means of taxation for the city, rather than increasing the reliance on an unpredictable revenue source such as the Municipal Land Transfer Tax (MLTT).

A series of charts summarizing key residential statistics for the GTA, including an affordability indicator and time series for price, new listings and sales.

Higher borrowing costs, continued uncertainty about the economy and Bank of Canada decision making, and the constrained supply of listings resulted in fewer home sales in August 2023 compared to August 2022. The average selling price remained virtually unchanged over the same period. On a seasonally adjusted monthly basis, sales and average price edged lower.

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A series of charts summarizing key residential statistics for the GTA, including an affordability indicator and time series for price, new listings and sales.

Greater Toronto Area (GTA) home sales, new listings and home prices were up in July 2023 in comparison to July 2022. On a seasonally adjusted basis, the market experienced more balance in July compared to June, with sales trending lower while new listings were up.

Market conditions in the condominium apartment segment tightened markedly in the second quarter of 2023. Sales were up strongly on a year-over-year basis, whereas the number of new listings was down sharply. With more competition between buyers, average condominium apartment selling prices should climb above last year’s levels in the second half of this year.

Average condominium apartment rents continued to well outpace the rate of inflation in the second quarter of 2023. Despite seeing an increase in the number of units listed for rent, competition between renters remained very strong. This competition underpinned higher average rents.