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  • TRREB: High Interest Rates Impacting the Market, but Population Growth Will Soon Spur Demand

    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.

  • TRREB: Higher Borrowing Costs Continue to Impact Housing Market in August

    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.

  • TRREB: GTA Real Estate Market More Balanced in July

    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.

  • Lack of Listings Led to Tighter GTA Market Conditions in June

    Home sales and the average selling price in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in June 2023 remained above last year’s levels. Seasonally adjusted sales dipped on a month-over-month basis. The seasonally adjusted average selling price and the MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) Composite benchmark were up compared to the previous month.

  • TRREB: Tight Market Conditions Push up Competition in the GTA

    Greater Toronto Area (GTA) housing market conditions tightened in March 2023. Sales accounted for an increased share of listings in comparison to March 2022, suggesting that competition between buyers is on the rise. The average sale price was above the average list price for the first time since May 2022.

  • GTA Real Estate Market Starts the New Year the Same as It Ended Last Year

    As we moved from 2022 into 2023, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) housing market unfolded as expected. The number of January sales and the overall average selling price were similar to December 2022. On a year-over-year basis, both sales and prices were down markedly, continuing to highlight the impact of higher borrowing costs on affordability…

  • A Look Back at the 2022 GTA Housing Market

    The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) housing market experienced a marked adjustment in 2022 compared to record levels in 2021. Existing affordability issues brought about by a lack of housing supply were exacerbated by sustained interest rate hikes by the Bank of Canada.

  • Borrowing Costs and Housing Supply Impacting the GTA Real Estate Market

    There were 5,627 home sales reported through the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board’s (TRREB) MLS® System in August 2022, representing a yearover-year dip of 34.2 per cent – a lesser annual rate of decline compared to the previous four months. The August sales result also represented a month-over-month increase compared to July.

  • TRREB Forecasts Current Market Conditions to Remain over Summer

    Higher borrowing costs continued to impact home sales in June 2022. Sales totalled 6,474 – down by 41 per cent compared to last year’s strong result. The number of transactions was also down compared to May 2022, but this is often the case due to the seasonal nature of the market.

  • Market Continues to Balance out as Borrowing Costs Trend Higher

    Greater Toronto Area (GTA) housing market conditions continued to evolve in response to higher borrowing costs. Similar to April results, May 2022 sales were down on a monthly and annual basis. Conversely, active listings at the end of May were up on a monthover-month and year-over-year basis. More balanced market conditions have provided buyers with…

  • Market Adjusts to Higher Borrowing Costs in April

    The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) housing market continued its adjustment to higher borrowing costs, with the number of transactions down on a monthly and annual basis. As has been the case with previous rate tightening cycles, some home buyers have moved to the sidelines to determine how they will reposition themselves in the marketplace given…

  • 2022 Market Outlook: Supply is Critical

    Demand in the GTA isn’t going away.  Population is set to reach new levels and increasing housing supply remains a key solution to address affordability issues.  TRREB’s highly-awaited 2022 Market Outlook & 2021 Year in Review is in its seventh year of sharing drivers and trends in the real estate market. This year’s report, The Post-Pandemic Future: Communities, Housing…