Toronto Central Monthly Housing Statistics Detached Home March 2013

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) has released their March 2013 housing statistics and as I always do I published them in a blog last week.   March 2013 Resale Housing Statistics.

If you are a regular reader of my blogs you will know that I am a statistical guy.   What you will find with these monthly statistics is that you will be able to better track Toronto’s detached housing market as it compares with Toronto’s central housing region.

Now, Central Toronto homes are the most expensive within the City of Toronto and detached homes are the most expensive type of property within all of the City of Toronto.

Most readers find this information valuable, as it is not available anywhere else except in my blog.     Every month I will update the monthly statistics so that it will always remain current.

If you are looking for specific statistics regarding a building or neighbourhood, contact me and I will try and pull together a data pack which will address your need.

Toronto Detached  Monthly Statistics  January to March 2013

Toronto Central Detached HomesGeographic AreaSalesAverage PriceMedian PriceAverage Selling Price to Listing PriceAverage Days On Market
January 2013City of Toronto502$765,049$610,00098%31
Toronto Central 154$1,202,424$996,50098%30
February 2013City of Toronto749$823,329$658,60099%21
Toronto Central257$1,246,627$1,040,00098%20
March 2013City of Toronto975$846,828$680,00099%18
Toronto Central327$1,302,359$1,125,00098%20

The geographic area which Toronto Central covers is from the lake and north to Steeles with western border being Dufferin and Allan rd and the eastern border follows the Don Valley Parkway.      The neighbourhoods which make up Central Toronto are:

  • Cabbagetown
  • The Waterfront Community
  • Leaside
  • Yonge Eglinton
  • Forest Hill
  • Davisville
  • Don Mills
  • Trinity Bellwoods
  • Yonge St Clair

If you are looking for Toronto Central detached home statistics for 2012.