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"Year-over-year, the average price in 2006 rose five per cent over the $335,907 recorded in 2005 to $351,941. "This means that prices continue to outpace inflation, making home-ownership a sound investment in today's economy and invariably in the long term."
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"Prices remained stable in November, with the average moderating slightly to $355,727 from October's $356,423. The average was up four per cent over the November 2005 figure of $341,177."
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"Prices continued their upward trend in October, rising two per cent over September to $356,423. They were also up four per cent over the $342, 450 recorded in October 2005."
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"Toronto's autumn market remains solid and strong, and by year-end our final sales numbers will exceed 80,000 transactions."
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"Prices remain stable in August, with the Average coming in at $338,192, less than one per cent lower than the July figure of $342,034. This figure is up five per cent over the $323,255 recorded during August of 2005."
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"The average price of homes that changed hands in July was $342,034, up nearly five per cent over the $326,034 figure recorded last July, while year-todate prices at the end of the month were up more than five per cent over the same time frame last year.."
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"This marks the fourth month in a row that sales have topped the 8,000 mark, giving us a year-to-date total of 45,797 sales," Mrs. Mason stated. "That figure is up two per cent over 2005, which turned out to be the best year ever
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"With 9,434 sales recorded last month, May 2006 has proven to be the best month ever recorded in the 86 year history of the Toronto Real Estate Board."
"The May figure is up over two per cent from May 2005, when 9,209 sales were recorded, and up almost two per cent over the previous best ever month, June 2004, when 9,275 sales were recorded. The Toronto re-sale market is as healthy as it has ever been."
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"April's result was the third best performance ever recorded for the month, and year-to-date sales, at 28,020, are up five per cent over January-to-April of 2005."
Meanwhile, prices trended upward in April, with the average rising four per cent over March to $366,683. It was also up seven per cent over the $342,032 recorded in April of 2005. "A price jump like this is good news for home-owners. However, potential purchasers can take comfort from the fact that, with listings up four per cent over last April 25,245, further increases should be quite limited for the remainder of the year."
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"Prices steadied last month, with the average registering at $353,134, almost the same as in February and up seven per cent from the $330,545 recorded in March of 2005. Inventory climbed four per cent over last March to 22,765, and average time-on-market fell to 30 days. Breaking down the total, 3,281 sales were reported in TREBís 28 West districts and averaged $334,274;during last Feburary, and up three per cent over January 2006."
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"... February's performance was the second best for the month ever recorded and up 47 per cent from January, which is in line with seasonal trends. On the pricing front, the average in February rose to $353,928, a six per cent increase over both February 2005 and January's figure of $332,687. The median price told much the same story, rising six per cent to $298,000 over $281,000 recorded during last Feburary, and up three per cent over January 2006."
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"Mississauga (MLS districts W12 to W20) had 608 sales in January, up seven per cent over the figure recorded in January of 2005. These sales averaged $305,464, a two per cent increase over last January. Breaking down the total, there were 201 sales of detached homes, which averaged $448,889; there were 171 sales of condominium apartments, and the average for these was $193,481."
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