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GTA REALTORS Release December Stats
TORONTO, ONTARIO, January 5, 2023 - The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) housing market experienced a marked
adjustment in 2022 compared to record levels in 2021. Existing affordability issues brought about by a lack of housing
supply were exacerbated by sustained interest rate hikes by the Bank of Canada.
Following a very strong start to the year, home sales trended lower in the spring and summer of 2022, as aggressive
Bank of Canada interest rate hikes further hampered housing affordability. With no relief from the Office of
Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) mortgage stress test or other mortgage lending guidelines including
amortization periods, home selling prices adjusted downward to mitigate the impact of higher mortgage rates.
However, home prices started levelling off in the late summer, suggesting the aggressive early market adjustment
may be coming to an end,= said new Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) President Paul Baron.
There were 75,140 sales reported through TRREB's MLS® System in 2022 - down 38.2 per cent compared to the
2021 record of 121,639. The number of new listings amounted to 152,873 3 down 8.2 per cent compared to 166,600
new listings in 2021. Seasonally adjusted monthly data for sales and price data show a marked flattening of the sales
and price trends since the late summer.
"While home sales and prices dominated the headlines in 2022, the supply of new listings continued to be an issue as
well. The number of homes listed for sale in 2022 was down in comparison to 2021. This helps explain why selling
prices have found some support in recent months. Lack of supply has also impacted the rental market. As renting has
become more popular in this higher interest rate environment, tighter rental market conditions have translated into
double-digit average rent increases", said TRREB Chief Market Analyst Jason Mercer.
The average selling price for 2022 was $1,189,850 3 up 8.6 per cent compared to $1,095,333 in 2021. This growth
was based on a strong start to the year, in terms of year-over-year price growth. The pace of growth moderated from
the spring of 2022 onwards.
GTA REALTORS® RELEASE DECEMBER STATS
TORONTO, ONTARIO, January 6, 2021 – Despite an unprecedented year due to COVID-19, including necessary public
health restrictions and uncertainty surrounding the economy, Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported over 95,000
home sales in 2020 – the third-best result on record. The average selling price reached a new record of almost $930,000.
“The Greater Toronto Area housing market followed an unfamiliar path in 2020. Following the steep COVID-induced drop-off
in demand during the spring, home sales roared back to record levels throughout the summer and fall. A strong economic
rebound in many sectors of the economy, ultra-low borrowing costs and the enhanced use of technology for virtual open
houses and showings fuelled and sustained the housing market recovery,” said Lisa Patel, Toronto Regional Real Estate
Board (TRREB) President.
Highlights from 2020 include:
• 95,151 sales were reported through TRREB’s MLS® System – up by 8.4 per cent compared to 2019. This included a
record result for the month of December, with 7,180 sales – a year-over-year increase of 64.5 per cent.
• Year-over-year sales growth was strongest in the GTA regions surrounding Toronto, particularly for single-family home
• The average selling price reached a new record of $929,699 – up by 13.5 per cent compared to 2019. This included an
average price of $932,222 in December – a year-over-year increase of 11.2 per cent. The strongest average price
growth was experienced for single-family home types in the suburban regions of the GTA.
• After a pronounced dip in market activity between mid-March and the end of May, market conditions improved
dramatically in the second half of the year, with multiple consecutive months of record sales and average selling
“While the housing market as a whole recovered strongly in 2020, there was a dichotomy between the single-family market
segments and the condominium apartment segment. The supply of single-family homes remained constrained resulting in
strong competition between buyers and double-digit price increases. In contrast, growth in condo listings far-outstripped
growth in sales. Increased choice for condo buyers ultimately led to more bargaining power and a year-over-year dip in
average condo selling prices during the last few months of the year,” said Jason Mercer, TRREB Chief Market Analyst.
GTA REALTORS® Release January 2020 Stats
TORONTO, February 6, 2020 - TRREB (Toronto Regional Real Estate Board) President Michael Collins announced that Greater Toronto Area
REALTORS® reported 4,581 home sales through TRREB’s MLS® System in January 2020 – up by 15.4 per
cent compared to January 2019. On a preliminary seasonally adjusted basis, sales were up by 4.8 per cent
compared to December 2019.
“We started 2020 where 2019 left off, with very strong growth in the number of sales up against a continued dip
in the number of new and available listings. Tighter market conditions compared to a year ago resulted in much
stronger growth in average selling prices. Steady population growth, low unemployment and low borrowing
costs continued to underpin substantial competition between buyers in all major market segments,” said Mr.
The MLS® HPI Composite Benchmark price was up by 8.7 per cent compared to January 2019 – the highest
annual rate of growth for the Benchmark since October 2017. The condominium apartment market segment
continued to lead the way in terms of MLS HPI® price growth, but all home types experienced price growth
above seven per cent when considering the TRREB market area as a whole. The average selling price in
January was up by 12.3 per cent, driven by the detached and condominium apartment segments in the City of
“A key difference in the price growth story in January 2020 compared to January 2019 was in the low-rise
market segments, particularly with regard to detached houses. A year seems to have made a big difference. It
is clear that many buyers who were on the sidelines due to the OSFI stress test are moving back into the
market, driving very strong year-over-year sales growth in the detached segment. Strong sales up against a
constrained supply continues to result in an accelerating rate of price growth,” said Jason Mercer, TRREB’s
Director of Market Analysis and Service Channels.