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Toronto area home prices soar in March, average price jumps 33.2%

THE CANADIAN PRESS | posted Wednesday, Apr 5th, 2017

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A “sold over asking” sign sits in front of a detached house with an artificial grass front lawn in Toronto . THE CANADIAN PRESS IMAGES/Rachel Verbin.
 
The Toronto area saw real estate prices soar again last month, with the average jumping 33.2 per cent from the same time last year.

The Toronto Real Estate Board says the average price in the area rose to $916,567 – up from $688,011 in March 2016.

Compared with February, the average price was up 4.6 per cent from $875,983.

At the high end of the range, the average price for detached houses in the Greater Toronto Area was $1.2 million in March – up 33.4 per cent from last year but about the same as in February.

The of number of transactions was up from last year, with residential sales volume rising 17.7 per cent to 12,077 units.

Condominium apartments and detached houses had the biggest increases in sales volume.

The MLS home price index, which adjusts for the various types of properties sold, was up 28.6 per cent from a year ago.

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