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Locked: 7 Years of October Toronto Prices, detached and condos at all time high for month of October

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7 Years of October Toronto Prices, detached and condos at all time high for month of October

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It doesn't look good..... for bears.
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Thank you OP, we can always count on you for stats.

These numbers confirm what my agent has been always telling me. Property value doubles approx. every:

7-8 yrs for detached
8-9 yrs for townhouse
9-10 yrs for condo

In fact, thanks to the recent condo boom, condos doubled even faster than 9-10 yrs.

Even when wages don't support it, it doesn't matter. its about demand and supply.

There's lots more people moving to Toronto in the future, I ain't seeing any slowdown.
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BiegeToyota wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 10:06 am
It doesn't look good..... for bears.
LOLLLL

Bears have been in shambles for years now....

The best ones are the delusional ones that still think a crash is coming and they are going to get cheap RE while all the current owners go broke LOL
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How’s the shoe count looking ?
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Can someone find a similar chart for Calgary and Ottawa?
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BiegeToyota wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 10:34 am
Can someone find a similar chart for Calgary and Ottawa?
Ottawa would look pretty terrible. Going up until around 2011/2012, then flatline until 2016. Federal layoff really hurt RE. Calgary probably followed WCS prices.
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If the charts can talk
It’s saying buy buy buy, things can only go up!
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Looking at the last 3-4 years, where is that 10% yearly average increase for detach that everybody is talking ?!?! Or average does not work in details?
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rjg4235 wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 10:05 am
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The graph is wrong.
1. Prices for condos only went up and continue to go up in the downtown core. For the rest of the city there was a dip and prices went down to 2016 levels. Same with houses, there was a dip in prices and I've seen plently of ~ 1.3M houses that went down to as low as 900K. If you want real data, go and look for yourself on sites that show sold prices.
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dazz wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 11:27 am
The graph is wrong.
1. Prices for condos only went up and continue to go up in the downtown core. For the rest of the city there was a dip and prices went down to 2016 levels. Same with houses, there was a dip in prices and I've seen plently of ~ 1.3M houses that went down to as low as 900K. If you want real data, go and look for yourself on sites that show sold prices.
Show actual data or this post is useless.
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dazz wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 11:27 am
The graph is wrong.
1. Prices for condos only went up and continue to go up in the downtown core. For the rest of the city there was a dip and prices went down to 2016 levels. Same with houses, there was a dip in prices and I've seen plently of ~ 1.3M houses that went down to as low as 900K. If you want real data, go and look for yourself on sites that show sold prices.
It's only showing October prices. The spring 2017 bubble peak (for detached) is not represented.
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dazz wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 11:27 am
The graph is wrong.
1. Prices for condos only went up and continue to go up in the downtown core. For the rest of the city there was a dip and prices went down to 2016 levels. Same with houses, there was a dip in prices and I've seen plently of ~ 1.3M houses that went down to as low as 900K. If you want real data, go and look for yourself on sites that show sold prices.
So you're just going to make stuff up and provide no graphs/links?

You've seen "plenty" of houses that were $1.3M that are now $900k and so what? Should we assume $900k is the average now?

My oh my you bears are pathetic.
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What's special about 7th yr and October?

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