OK, real estate geeks, get ready! The 2012 statistics for Toronto’s real estate market are in. If you’ve been following this blog all year, you know we’ve been reporting and analyzing the stats throughout the year.

 

First up:  Toronto Real Estate Statistics for 2012 by Neighbourhood or District

 

Toronto neighbourhood sold prices

Click here to get a full map of the Toronto MLS Districts that are referenced below, or use the following for a quick summary of the neighbourhoods in each district:

W1 – Parkdale, Roncesvalles, High Park
W2 – Junction, Junction Triangle, Bloor West Village, Wallace-Emerson, Bloordale
C1 – Financial district, King West, Queen West, Liberty Village, West Queen West, Brockton Village, Dufferin Grove, Little Italy
C2 – Wychwood, Annex
C8 – St Lawrence Market, Cabbagetown, Regent Park
E1 – Leslieville, Riverdale, Riverside
E2 – Beaches, Upper Beach

 

Next: The Toronto Real Estate Market in 2012 by Dwelling Type

We all know there’s been a lot of talk about the condo market this year and the different real estate sub-markets that have developed in Toronto. Here is how prices were impacted by type of dwelling (using TREB Home Price Value Index, year/year)

Change in Prices - Toronto real estate

If you don’t see your neighbourhood or district here, Send us an email at info@getwhatyouwant.ca and we’ll send you the full report.

And of course, if you’re wondering what we think will happen to Toronto’s real estate market in 2013, make sure to check out our Real Estate Market Predictions.

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