Detached 2014 Toronto Central Montly Housing Statistics

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So we are now starting our third year of providing monthly housing statistics.  From looking at my Google Analytics these statistics are popular launching point for those looking to get a handle on what is going on in our heated housing market.

Hands down, the Toronto Central detached housing market is the most expensive in the city.   On average you should expect to pay well over a million if owning a detached home is on your housing list.  Considering the neighbourhoods this should be no surprise.   Detached home sales lead the pack on most buyer’s list, but when you consider the prices they are garnering most see that these homes are out of their financial reach.

No small wonder when you look at some of the neighbourhoods which make up Toronto Central:

  • Rosedale
  • Leaside
  • Forest Hill
  • Lawrence Park
  • Casa Loma
  • The Annex
  • Cabbagetown

What you will see in the statistics is an over view of how Toronto central detached housing sales compare to those across the City of Toronto.    It should be noted that the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) publishes monthly housing statistics for the GTA.  What I found were that their numbers included Durham, Peel and Mississauga which were too broad and did not focus on the specific activity within the City of Toronto.

Detached 2013 Toronto Central Housing Statistics


Detached 2012 Toronto Central Housing Statistics

Geographic AreaMonthly SalesAverage PriceMedian PriceAverage Selling Price to Listing PriceAverage Days on Market
January 2014City of Toronto463$888,210$695,00099%28
 Toronto Central166$1,365,705$1,115,00998%32
February 2014City of Toronto668$955,414$769,000101%18
 Toronto Central 253$1,425,485$1,220,000100%19
March 2014City of Toronto1,011$898,332$708,000101%16
 Toronto Central313$1,403,889$1,175,000100%18
April 2014City of Toronto1,296$965,670$740,000101%14
 Toronto Central 429$1,506,782$1,239,000100%17
May 2014City of Toronto1,551$943,055$734,000101%15
 Toronto Central519$1,441,785$1,229,000100%16
June 2014City of Toronto1,312$921,127$721,250101%15
 Toronto Central401$1,448,267$1,205,000100%17
July 2014City of Toronto1,045$880,433$700,000100%19
 Toronto Central303$1,360,816$1,139,00098%21
August 2014City of Toronto828$902,428$665,00099%26
 Toronto Central246$1,505,877$1,182,50098%28
September 2014City of Toronto1,052$951,792$730,000100%20
 Toronto Central280$1,397,683$1,072,50098%25
October 2014City of Toronto1,199$951,746$753,000100%17
 Toronto Central385$1,451,623$1,279,000100%18
November 2014City of Toronto904$935,122$725,000100%20
 Toronto Central298$1,462,895$1,260,00999%24
December 2014City of Toronto4521$934,039$695,00099%27
 Toronto Central147$1,558,134$1,325,00097%35

Source:  Toronto Real Estate Board


Now we all know that some neighbourhoods are more desirable than others.  If you are looking for statistics on a neighbourhood which is of interest to you, fire me off an email and we can talk about.


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