When I left architecture to pursue a real estate career back in 2006, for $400K USD, you could buy a condo in Manhattan or a house in Toronto and Vancouver. If you fast forward to today, that condo in Manhattan is now $700-800K and that house in Toronto and Vancouver is now $1.5-2M.

Static graphs typically don’t catch my attention, but when they’re animated, the data becomes alive and sinks into my brain — especially this one by James Eagle, EEAGLI @jamescceagle. Thank you to my amazing client shared with me this video comparing housing prices in Canada, USA, Germany, Italy, France, Spain and the UK from the start of the 21st century. I’m sure you won’t be surprised which country is overwhelmingly at first place in 2021.

 

Toronto Stats this Past Week

MLS activity from April 7 to 14 for residential properties:

↑ For Sale:
4,803
↑ Newly Listed:
1,524
↑ Sold:
652
↓For Rent:
7,880

 

Compare the above to the week before from March 31 to April 6 when there were 4,465 for sale, 1,284 newly listed, 467 sold & 8,017 for rent.

 

Today’s newest listings

TORONTO HOUSES FOR SALE

Under $950k $950k to $1.2M $1.2M to $1.6M
$1.6M to $2M $2M to 3M Over $3M 

 

TORONTO CONDOS FOR SALE

Under $500k $500k to $600k $600k to $700k
$700k to $800k $800k to $1M Over $1M

 

 

OTHER

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