Market Watch

GTA Market Watch

Market conditions are the biggest influence on listing prices and selling prices. Don’t be left out, get to know what’s happening in the GTA Real Estate market. 

It can take a few days for Toronto Regional Real Estate Board to release their data, so please check back later if the data below is not yet updated for the current month. 


Chart 1: Which type of properties are selling the most?

See average number of sales for the previous calendar month, by building type.



Chart 2: Are properties selling above or below the list price?

How much above or below average listing price did properties sell for during the previous 3 calendar months? , by building type.



Chart 3: How quickly are properties getting snatched-up off the market?

Average number of days properties remain on the market during the previous 3 calendar months? , by building type.



Chart 4: What is the trend of properties that are Sold, Active, and New?

What is the status of listings (Sold, Active, New) for the last 6 consecutive calendar months?, by building type.

New – total number of properties up for sale by Sellers during the month.

Sold – total number of properties sold by Sellers during the month.

Active – number of properties remaining on the last day of the month for Buyers to purchase.

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