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GTA new condo sales fall 22 per cent YOY: BILD

While new detached home sales saw record increases in March 2016, new condominium units in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) experienced falling sales compared to
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GTA new condo sales slow in Q1 2015: report

According to the latest market report from Urbanation Inc., a total of 4,432 new condominium units were sold in the GTA during the first quarter of 2015, a decline of 10 per cent from the year prior. At the same time, unsold condos in pre-construction fell 16 per cent to 8,781 units and condos under construction fell to 7,059 units, a nine per cent year-over-year decline.
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Ottawa home sales down in February: OREB

According to data from the Ottawa Real Estate Board, a total of 853 residential properties were sold in Ottawa during the month of February, a decrease of 1.7 per cent from the year prior. The sales figure is also below the five-year average for February, which is 914 units.
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Montreal condo sales up over last year: GMREB

According to the latest residential real estate statistics from the Greater Montreal Real Estate Board (GMREB), condo sales in the Montreal Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) increased by three per cent, year-over-year, in February. Total residential sales, which includes single-family homes, plexes, and condominiums, reached 3,281 units in February, a figure representing no change from the year prior.
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Montreal condo sales dip in January: GMREB

According to the Greater Montreal Real Estate Board (GMREB), condominium sales in the Montreal region fell nine per cent, year-over-year, in January. In fact, with the exception of plexes (two to five units), all property types registered decreased sales when compared with January 2014 statistics.
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Condo sales, listings increase in January: OREB

When compared with statistics from January 2014, residential property sales in the Ottawa region increased 6.8 per cent in January, according to recent data released by the Ottawa Real Estate Board (OREB). This included 114 condominiums which sold for an average price of $250,406. On a month-to-month basis, new residential and condo property listings more than doubled those registered in December.
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New GTA condo sales up 51 per cent over 2013

According to Toronto condominium market analysts Urbanation Inc., a total of 21,605 new condominium apartments were sold in the Greater Toronto Area last year, making 2014 the third best year on record for new condo sales. The number represents a 51 per cent increase over 2013. Sales of existing condos grew 14 per cent, year-over-year, to a record 17,819 units.
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Condos to represent one-third of Montreal sales

In 2015, one out of every three homes purchased in Montreal, Que. will be a condominium, according to a survey commissioned by the Québec Federation of Real Estate Boards (QFREB) and the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ. The survey, which focused on buying and selling intentions, found that 65 per cent of those intending to buy already own a home while 36 per cent are first-timers.
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Luxury condo sales surge in 2014: Sotheby’s

When compared with data from 2013, sales of GTA homes over $1-million (luxury sales) grew by a staggering 38 per cent in 2014, says Sotheby's International Realty Canada (Sotheby’s). In an annual report, the real estate sales and marketing company found that, across several of Canada’s major real estate markets, luxury sales finished the year with positive year-over-year growth.