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Did we just hit the peak of the Toronto RE bubble?

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Feb numbers are out. New records.

LINK: http://trebhome.com/market_news/market_ ... mw1702.pdf

Detached avg:
Toronto overall: $1.573M
Toronto Central: $2.503M
Toronto West: $1.129M
Toronto East: $1.049M

York Region overall: $1.466M
Richmond Hill: $1.775M
Markham: $1.731M
King: $1.673M
Vaughan: $1.574M
Aurora: $1.336M
Stoufville: $1.334M
Newmarket: $1.203M
Others - see report.
Last edited by fdl on Mar 3rd, 2017 9:31 am, edited 1 time in total.
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canuck4 wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 7:59 am
Everyone quiet for sometime, or this forum is blocked?
It's quiet because clearly we're not at the peak and there are tons of other threads on housing.

Headline number for Feb 2017.
Price of homes sold in GTA last month up 27.7% from year ago
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canuck4 wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 8:00 am
Any news about numbers for Feb?
Posted :) enjoy.
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fdl wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 9:31 am
Feb numbers are out. New records.

LINK: http://trebhome.com/market_news/market_ ... mw1702.pdf

Detached avg:
Toronto overall: $1.573M
Toronto Central: $2.503M
Toronto West: $1.129M
Toronto East: $1.049M

York Region overall: $1.466M
Richmond Hill: $1.775M
Markham: $1.731M
King: $1.673M
Vaughan: $1.574M
Aurora: $1.336M
Stoufville: $1.334M
Newmarket: $1.203M
Others - see report.
Here are the biggest % gainers y over y from the list above only. This is in one year folks. Sustainable?

Stoufville: 58%
Newmarket: 48%
Richmond Hill: 41%
Vaughan: 39%
Markham: 39%
King: 38%
Toronto East: 34%
Toronto Central: 34%
Toronto West: 28%
Aurora: 21%
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Crazy. No matter how fast the increase, it will top out one day when the typical household's borrowing capacity are maxed out and more equity will be required.
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Wow, as a Real Estate bull these detached numbers even looking crazy to me now. Condos still seem reasonable. Folks should cash in on their detached homes and move into larger condos!!!
Penalty Box
Feb 13, 2017
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damnnnnnnnnn....this is crazy...

not a peep out of the doomers today. Just quietly hiding in their parents basement
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PunPryde wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 1:02 pm
Wow, as a Real Estate bull these detached numbers even looking crazy to me now. Condos still seem reasonable. Folks should cash in on their detached homes and move into larger condos!!!
In trading we call that a switch trade. If you look at the Vancouver data...it suggested that that exact trade has worked out well as condos/towns hit new highs and detached hasn't vs the high point last year... All the data and discussion suggests there is room to move up in the condo side of things.
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cartfan123 wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 1:18 pm
In trading we call that a switch trade. If you look at the Vancouver data...it suggested that that exact trade has worked out well as condos/towns hit new highs and detached hasn't vs the high point last year... All the data and discussion suggests there is room to move up in the condo side of things.
Agreed. In the next 5-6 months, I can really see condos just exploding more than they already have.
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I still don't understand why anyone wants to live in Stouffville.
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Oct 27, 2016
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OMG!!!!! this is insane.... :)
any numbers available of Guelph area as that's where I invested last year?
fdl wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 9:31 am
Feb numbers are out. New records.

LINK: http://trebhome.com/market_news/market_ ... mw1702.pdf

Detached avg:
Toronto overall: $1.573M
Toronto Central: $2.503M
Toronto West: $1.129M
Toronto East: $1.049M

York Region overall: $1.466M
Richmond Hill: $1.775M
Markham: $1.731M
King: $1.673M
Vaughan: $1.574M
Aurora: $1.336M
Stoufville: $1.334M
Newmarket: $1.203M
Others - see report.
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Oct 27, 2016
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Which area would you suggest in the condo? new dev or resale?
cartfan123 wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 1:18 pm
In trading we call that a switch trade. If you look at the Vancouver data...it suggested that that exact trade has worked out well as condos/towns hit new highs and detached hasn't vs the high point last year... All the data and discussion suggests there is room to move up in the condo side of things.
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Anikiri wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 1:26 pm
I still don't understand why anyone wants to live in Stouffville.
LOL... how did I KNOW you were gonna make a comment about Stouffville.
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Repooc wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 1:51 pm
LOL... how did I KNOW you were gonna make a comment about Stouffville.
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Anikiri wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 1:26 pm
I still don't understand why anyone wants to live in Stouffville.
lol - if you drive in the neighborhood it's very nice. I ofc would not live here even if the prices were at 2010 level (investing sure but not living), however there are some pros. It's a very quite area and there ammenities just like everywhere else. I guess it's still considered to be very close to the city but not too far into the burbs. As i'm typing this i can't seem to find any other reason except timbercreek mini golf is there hahaha. Does anyone else wanna help me out? lol

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