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According to the Toronto Real Estate Board, average selling price for 2017 in the Greater Toronto Area was… 518 more words

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Toronto 2017 home sales down from 2016, average price up

TORONTO – The Toronto Real Estate Board says home sales in the Greater Toronto Area fell 18.3 per cent last year compared with a record pace set in 2016. 102 more words

Canada

Toronto Real Estate Board sends cease-and-desist letter to website publishing sales data

TORONTO – The operator of a website that began publishing homes sold information after a court ruling that the Toronto Real Estate Board must be more open with its data says it has received a cease-and-desist letter from the board. 631 more words

Canada

Toronto home prices are down 8.8% since May, but the biggest decline in 17 years lures new buyers

Canada’s largest housing market continues to see prices fall amid a widening pool of homes for sale, though there are signs the correction is beginning to lure in some new buyers. 297 more words

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Toronto-area home sales up in November, down year-to-year

TORONTO – The Toronto Real Estate Board says the number of sales in the Greater Toronto Area in November was slightly higher than the previous month – a positive sign for the industry despite a series of year-over-year declines from last year. 451 more words

Canada

Vancouver realtor hopeful Ontario decision could see B.C. home sales data published online

A Vancouver realtor is cheering an Ontario court decision that could one day allow B.C. consumers to find data such as how much a property sold for, online. 455 more words

Economy

Federal court rules real estate agents must make home sales data public

The Federal Court of Appeal has upheld a previous ruling that Canada’s largest real estate board must allow its realtor members to make home sales data available online, in a precedent-setting case that could enable agents across the country to introduce new online services. 396 more words

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