TORONTO, ONTARIO January 31, 2023 "While condo market conditions have become more balanced over the past year, there has been enough demand relative to supply to support selling prices. On average, the condo market segment is the most affordable. Therefore, it makes sense that we didn9t see the same type of price adjustment, in the face of higher borrowing costs, compared to other more expensive segments like detached homes," said Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) President Paul Baron.
Total condo apartment sales amounted to 3,582 in Q4 2022 3 down 54.1 per cent compared to Q4 2021. New listings were also down on a year-over-year basis by 14.3 per cent. The average Q4 2022 selling price was $710,520, which was slightly higher than the Q4 2021 average of $710,246. Looking at individual Greater Toronto Area (GTA) regions, a similar trend played itself out, with average selling prices remaining flat compared to last year.