According to numbers released on Tuesday, the coronavirus pandemic and low mortgage rates played out successfully for Toronto’s new construction home market.
August single-family homes went up 355 per cent, outstripping the gains of condos, which went up 159 per cent.
Although the price of newly built and pre-construction homes went down compared to July, condos still sold for 15.7 per cent more year over year at $972,859, and single-family homes were up eight per cent annually to $1.17 million.
David Wilkes, CEO of the Building Industry and Land Development Association, said: “The spring sales that didn’t happen because of the pandemic are happening now and are being added on to the sales that would usually occur at this time of year.”
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