TREB

August 2016

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GTA home sales surge 23.5 per cent in August

In August 2016, the TREB reported a record 9,813 GTA home sales through the MLS System, which is 23.5 per cent above the number of August 2015 transactions.
July

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GTA home sales set new July record

In July, Greater Toronto Area realtors recorded 9,989 home sales through the Toronto Real Estate Board’s MLS System, marking a new record for the month.
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GTA condo sales surge 17.4 per cent: TREB

According to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), there were 8,965 condominium apartment sales reported in the second quarter of this year, representing a 17.4
GTA home sales

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GTA home sales increase as new listings fall

The Greater Toronto Area saw 12,794 residential property transactions in June 2016, a 7.5 per cent increase compared to the 11,905 home sales reported during the
Home sales

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GTA home sales surge 10.6 per cent in May

According to Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) president Mark McLean, there were 12,870 home sales reported through the MLS system in May 2016, representing a
home sales

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TREB reports record April home sales

In April 2016, there were 12,085 home sales recorded through the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB)’s MLS System, which is a new record for the
GTA

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GTA condo sales up 21.2 per cent: TREB

There were 5,974 condominium apartment sales reported through the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB)’s MLS System during the first quarter of 2016, which is a
TREB

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TREB reports record-high home sales for Q1

March was a strong month for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), which posted record-high home sales for the first quarter of 2016. There were
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GTA home sales jump 21.1 per cent in February

In February, 7,621 home sale transactions took place in the Greater Toronto Area, a 21.1 per cent increase compared to February 2015, according to the
GTA home sales

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Q4 saw moderate increase in condo sales: TREB

According to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), there were 5,595 condominium apartment sales reported through the MLS system during the fourth quarter of 2015,
TREB

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TREB raises tax fairness at budget committee

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) issued a news release Tuesday stating that it would appear before the city’s budget committee to press for fairness in taxation.
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Leased GTA commercial space dips: TREB

The Toronto Real Estate Board reports a large decrease in leased industrial, commercial, retail and office space for August 2015 compared to August 2014.
Millennials

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GTA home resales on track for record year: TREB

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) reports that the GTA recorded 7,998 home resales in August, a 5.7-per-cent year-over-year increase.
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GTA commercial sales and leases down in July

In the GTA, the total number of commercial space leased and sold declined on a year-over-year basis in July.
Early May sales increased over last year: TREB

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Early May sales increased over last year: TREB

Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® have reported a 9.6 per cent year-over-year increase in home sales during the first two weeks of May, according to TREB.
Toronto

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TREB reports record-breaking April sales

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) reported a total of 11,303 sales in April 2015, the highest number ever recorded for the month and a 17 per cent increase over April 2014. New listings also increased over the previous year, jumping up five per cent.
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TREB lobbies for Land Transfer Tax changes

On Feb. 2, members of the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) met with the City of Toronto’s Budget Committee to discuss affordable housing in the Greater Toronto Area and make recommendations on the region’s Land Transfer Tax (LTT), implemented in 2008. In order to better meet the needs of prospective homebuyers requiring affordable housing options, TREB suggested that the City’s Budget Committee increase the maximum rebate for first-time homebuyers and adjust the LTT to reflect ongoing inflation.