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55 Delisle is a prestigious boutique condominium residence with only 64 suites on a tree lined street at the core of midtown, Toronto. A spacious & elegant suite with quality features & finishes, such as, 9ft smooth ceilings, 8ft windows in all rooms, marble vanity/floors in all bathrooms, Jacuzzi corner tub in the ensuite, an eat in kitchen with a window & entry to the balcony, gas supply for a barbeque, gas stove, gas powered clothes dryer.
Enjoy this sophisticated neighbourhood with, renowned restaurants, parks, schools and only a 25 minute walk to Yorkville. Please call for a floor plan & a comprehensive list of the Features &Finishes included in the price.
Toronto Real Estate Board Monthly Resale Housing Statistics
Sales and Average Price Up Year-Over-Year in July
August 7, 2014 -- Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington reported strong year-over-year growth for July 2014 sales and the average selling price. Sales reported by TREB Members through the TorontoMLS system were up by 10 per cent to 9,198. This was the second-best July sales result on record.
“The second half of 2014 started where the first half left off, with very strong demand for the diversity of affordable home ownership options in the Greater Toronto Area. Sales were up strongly for most major home types and market conditions actually tightened, with sales growth outpacing listings growth. The result was average price growth well-above the rate of inflation,” said Mr. Etherington.
The average selling price for July 2014 sales was $550,700 – up by
Are you curious what a condominium suite or home has sold for in a particular neighbourhood in Toronto? In my video series, I will provide you with a few sold prices of homes and condominiums, so you can decide if this is the neighbourhood where you would like to live.
Corso Italia, St. Clair Ave. W & Dufferin, Toronto
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Buyer Inspection Of Property Video, No Wasting Your Time
As your buyer real estate agent, I inspect properties for you, But Now, I am excited to offer you my new "Pre- Inspect Property Video " which will save you even more valuable time. Once I consult with you in regards to your wish list for your new property purchase, I will visit potential properties and take a video of the home or condo, then quickly e-mail it to you for review. No more visiting properties that don't meet your expectations with ugly surprises. Please don't hesitate to contact me when ever you are ready to purchase your property.
TORONTO, July 9, 2014 – , The average price of a home in Canada increased between 3.9 and 5.2 per cent in the second quarter of 2014. Prices are expected to increase steadily for the balance of the year, according to the Royal LePage House Price Survey and Market Survey Forecast released today.
According to the survey, price increases were posted across housing types, with detached bungalows seeing the highest year-over-year gains, rising 5.2 per cent to an average price of $406,454. Meanwhile, standard two-storey homes rose 5.1 per cent year-over-year to $440,972, while standard condominiums posted gains of 3.9 per cent to $258,501.
A closer look at Canada’s residential real estate market points to a tale of two city types, in which big city housing activity represents a small part of the picture but accounts for a large part of the gains in national average home prices. The shortage of detached single-family houses once again led to significant price growth in Toronto. A continued shortage in inventory led to notable increases in Toronto house prices. Standard two-storey homes rose 8.3 per cent year-over-year to $730,806, while detached bungalows increased by 7.2 per cent to an average price of $611,906. Standard condominium prices also saw strong growth, increasing by 5.4 per cent to $380,453. Looking ahead to the end of 2014, Royal LePage forecasts that prices will rise by 8.1 per cent in the Toronto market.