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TREB (Toronto Real Estate Board) Average Single Family Historical Home Prices and trends for Toronto and Mississauga



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TREB Average prices for Toronto and Mississauga, Single Family Homes - average price trends for real estate in mississauga ontario

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GTA Resale Housing Sales Up
GTA REALTORS® Report Resale Market Figures

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Report as of January 2011!

December 2010 report from TREB!

The average prices and the number of sales, once again, both were very strong last month. Year end results for 2010 are now reported

See Average Prices in the GTA

TREB just reported this morning the year end results
 
prices were up 9% in 2010 compared to 2009, read more about it below if you want
 
http://blog.mississauga4sale.com/2011/01/gta-mls-december-and-year-end-toronto.html

 

This is the report for November from the Toronto real estate board and indicates a 'normal' amount of activity and price drop for the month of November.

All the best!
Mark

GTA REALTORS(r) Report Monthly Resale Housing Market Figures

TORONTO, January 6, 2011 -- Greater Toronto REALTORS(r) reported 4,395 existing home sales for the month of December, bringing the 2010 total to 86,170 - down by one per cent compared to 2009.

See the actual figures below.

"Market conditions were anything but uniform in 2010. We went from super-charged sales activity during the first four months of the year, to a marked drop-off in transactions in the summer and then in the fall saw sales climb back to levels that are sustainable over the longer term," said TREB President Bill Johnston.

"New Federal Government-mandated mortgage lending guidelines, higher borrowing costs and misconceptions about the HST caused a pause in home buying in the summer. As it became clear that the HST was not applicable to the sale price of an existing home and buyers realized that home ownership remained affordable, market conditions improved," continued Johnston.

The average home selling price in 2010 was $431,463 - up nine per cent in comparison to the 2009 average selling price of $395,460. In December, the average annual rate of price growth was five per cent.

"At the outset of 2010, we were experiencing annual rates of price growth at or near 20 per cent. This was the result of extremely tight market conditions coupled with the fact that we were comparing prices to the trough of the recession at the beginning of 2009," said Jason Mercer, TREB's Senior Manager of Market Analysis.

"Balanced market conditions in the second half of 2010 resulted in more moderate home price appreciation," continued Mercer. "Expect the average selling price to grow at or below five per cent in 2011. With this type of growth, mortgage carrying costs for the average priced home in the GTA will remain affordable for a household earning an average income."

Home sales in the GTA were spread across a number of different housing types in 2010. Detached homes accounted for 49 per cent of total sales. Condominium apartments accounted for an additional 25 per cent per cent of sales. Other housing types including townhomes and semi-detached houses accounted for the final 26 per cent. In some areas like TREB's central districts the mix was quite different, with condominium apartments accounting for 61 per cent of total sales.

"Ownership housing is available in a diversity of types and price points across the GTA, allowing plenty of choice for first time buyers and experienced home buyers alike. This housing diversity is one factor that continues to make the GTA a popular choice for households and businesses," concluded Johnston.

I hope this finds you Happy and Healthy!

All the Best!

Mark


This chart plots the monthly MLS sales for the current year and the previous three years.  The recurring seasonal trend can be examined along with comparisons to previous years for each month.  Click the chart bellow to see a larger printable version.

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This chart plots the monthly MLS average home price for the current year and the previous three years.  The recurring seasonal trend can be seen along with comparisons to previous years for each month.  You can click the thumbnail below to see a larger printable version.  As well, you can see the season trends in graphical form

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I hope this finds you Happy and Healthy!

All the Best!

Mark

Housing market indicators for November 2010

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SUMMARY OF October SALES AND AVERAGE PRICE 2009 - 2008

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Below is a Graph showing TREB Historical Average Price Data

<Click this graph to see large graph of TREB Average prices for Toronto and Mississauga, Single Family Homes - Mark Argentino Real Estate Toronto mississauga, Realtor, Real Estate Agent, Broker,Buyers Representative

See the Average Price Cycles from January 1995 to Date - a very interesting cyclical pattern is clearly seen!

See how the historical 1 year mortgage interest rate compares to the 5 year rate

Mississauga District Prices

If the average single family residential price in the GTA continues to increase at 4% per year, the average price would be over $500,000 by 2015 and by 2020 the average price will be over $600,000!

 

<TREB Average Price Estimate at 4% increase per year until 2020

If Average prices continued to increase from end of 2007 at 4% per year, the average price would be over $475,000 in 6 years ( 2013)
In the beginning of 2007 I made the same graph below and if Average prices continued to increase from 2006 at 4% per year, the average price would be over $460,000 in 7 years ( 2013)
The graph below is one that I made about a year ago and shows how times have changed in 2 years

<TREB Average Price Estimate at 4% increase per year for next 7 years

Breaking down the total Numbers into TREB Areas for this month

Please browse here if you wish to see all the TREB Sales stats for 2007

This graph shows the last real estate recession in the GTA and how long it took to recover from the drop in the average price

<last real estate recesssion GTA Toronto

 


This is a graphical representation showing the percentage of homes that sold in each price range.

Note the shift when you compare this month to 2 years ago, quite significant!

August 2010
<August 2010 what they sold for last month
August of 2008
<from August of 2008 graphical representation of the percentage of homes selling in each of the price ranges shown TREB Average prices for Toronto and Mississauga, Single Family Homes
 

 

Latest sales report for November 2010

<weekly sales report 2010 November

latest Sales Report - August 26, 2010

RegION
Area Sales
Average Price
  East
  329
  $327,637
  West
  555
  $392,685
  Central
  266
  $454,598
  North
  337
  $475,755
  Total
  1,487
  $408,194

 NOTE: Please note these are preliminary figures. Minor adjustments may be required at month's end.

 

January 22, 2009

Region

Area Sales

Av. Price

 

East

123

$278,453

 

West

221

$323,384

 

Central

88

$432,270

 

North

93

$375,131

 

Total

525

$340,275

 

NOTE: Please note these are preliminary figures. Minor adjustments may be required at month's end.

For comparison purposes, see last year in February below.
February 28, 2008

Region

Area Sales

Average Price

 

East

391

$300,867

 

West

627

$358,062

 

Central

268

$504,817

 

North

300

$419,670

 

Total

1,586

$380,654

 

NOTE: Please note these are preliminary figures. Minor adjustments may be required at month's end.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* All figures above for Single-Family Dwellings.

 

 

Spot sales figures

Last month December 2008 Sales figures

See 2007 year sales figures
See 2006 year sales figures
See 2005 year sales figures
See 2004 year sales figures

Neighbourhood Corner - Mississauga - Each month The Toronto Real Estate Board profiles a neighbourhood and for January of 2006 TREB chose Mississauga!

Mississauga January 2008

There were 647 sales in Mississauga this January, a decline of three per cent over the first month of 2007. The average price came in at $339,655, a one per cent increase over the same time-frame last year. Of these sales, 196 were of detached homes which averaged $516,190, up eight per cent over January '07.

Mississauga 2006

Mississauga (MLS districts W12 to W20) had 608 sales in January, up seven per cent over the figure recorded in January of 2005. These sales averaged $305,464, a two per cent increase over last January. Breaking down the total, there were 201 sales of detached homes, which averaged $448,889; there were 171 sales of condominium apartments, and the average for these was $193,481.

Mississauga 2005

There were 569 sales in the Mississauga area during January, down 12 per cent from the figure recorded in January of 2004. The average price, however, rose seven per cent to $298,503. Breaking down the total, detached homes in Mississauga (203 sales) averaged about $418,655, while semis (121 sales) came in at $279,025.

Neighbourhood Corner January 2004 for Mississauga

The Mississauga area (W-12 through W-20) registered 645 sales in January, down 10 per cent from the 721 recorded during the same time-frame in 2003.  However, the overall average in Mississauga came to $277,594, up seven percent over the $259,207 recorded in January of last year.  Average days-on-market was 43, about the same as the Board-wide figure of 42.

Neighbourhood Corner Information - Mississauga (from January 2003)

In Mississauga (W-12 to W-20) the latter half of this year saw prices climb 10 per cent to $256,824 over the $233,151 recorded for the whole of 2001. Average Days-on-Market in Mississauga was 34, as compared to a city-wide average of 38 days.


 

Rental Market indicators in the GTA


This chart shows the breakdown of single family residential sales for last month.
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