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GTA home sales down 35% from year ago

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Published on October 09, 2017 with No Comments

Home sales in the Greater Toronto Area fell 35 per cent in September compared with the same month last year, although the average selling price rose. The Toronto Real Estate Board has said that sales of all major types of residential property fell, but the biggest move was a 40.4 per cent drop in sales of detached homes.

The average selling price for all types of property sold in September climbed 2.6 per cent from a year ago, rising to $775,546. The average price was also up 5.9 per cent from $732,039 in August – the first month-over-month increase since April, when the average hit a record high of $918,285.

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With the launch of the “Future Ready Brampton” public engagement campaign, the City is asking residents to think bigger about what the city should look like in five, 10, 25 years and beyond.

The City is developing a vision to set Brampton apart from other suburban cities and to position it as a hub for jobs and innovation, a sustainable future city, and one that people are proud to call home. That vision, set to be presented in spring 2018, will be a reflection of feedback and ideas from residents and businesses across Brampton.

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