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Sales Activity Increased Significantly in March
March was a strong month for both sales and selling prices across all segments of the market. Buyer demand continues to push numbers higher, even as inventory remains tight.
In the midtown C10 area there were 60 condo sales in March, a large increase when compared to the 33 units that were sold in the same month last year. Demand for condos in the midtown area clearly remains strong, despite the changes in year-over-year market conditions, which have driven a rise in sales prices anywhere from 10% to 20% in some cases.
The supply of resale condos in the midtown area has gotten substantially tighter with 33 units for sale at the beginning of March, as compared with 74 units that were on the market in March 2016.
The number of days on market for units sold in March ranged from 1 day to 63 days. Midtown condo selling prices varied widely in an even higher bracket than any other month so far this year, with selling prices ranging from 97% to 142% of asking price. Selling prices came in at a far more sober 95% to 110% during the same time last year.
At 1815 Yonge Street, no units sold in March, compared to 3 sales in February. There are currently 2 units for sale as prices start to be settling currently at an average of $700/square foot. The price for individual units will vary a lot depending on the unit size, view and layout also the demand right now for particular models / sizes and competition from other buildings.
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