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‘the numbers’ [november 2022]
by sutton old mill

➕november 2022➕

 

➕‘the numbers’ for November are in!  The market continues to be influenced by higher borrowing costs that commenced in the spring.  Total Sales have flattened month over month and remain down -50% when compared to November 2021.   However with inventory [new listings] near historic lows, the supply/demand equation has found some balance enabling average prices to stabilize since August.  That said, average selling prices remain down -4% in November vs. 2021, with declines are more pronounced in expensive market segments, including detached and semi-detached houses.  

“Increased borrowing costs represent a short-term shock to the housing market. Over the medium- to long-term, the demand for ownership housing will pick up strongly. This is because a huge share of record immigration will be pointed at the GTA and the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) in the coming years, and all of these people will require a place to live, with the majority looking to buy. The long-term problem for policymakers will not be inflation and borrowing costs, but rather ensuring we have enough housing to accommodate population growth,” said TRREB President Kevin Crigger.

Looking to buy or sell a home in Toronto? Average prices in November were as follows:
➕Detached $1,560,548 [-14% vs. 2021]
➕Semi-detached $1,187,0162 [-17% vs. 2021]
➕Townhouse $995,074 [+1% vs. 2021]
➕Condo $734,797 [-1% vs. 2021]

Data presented is for Toronto Only.   Source: TRREB.

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