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Toronto home prices rise for third straight month, showing signs of rebound

Wednesday Apr 11th, 2018

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TORONTO HOME PRICES RISE FOR THIRD STRAIGHT MONTH, SHOWING SIGNS OF REBOUND Janet McFarland, The Globe & Mail Image courtesty of: City of Toronto House prices in the Toronto area continued to show signs of stabilizing in March, fuelling predictions the city will see stronger growth in the second half of 2018.  The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) said the average home in the Greater Toronto Area sold for $784,558 in March, down 14% from record levels in March last... [read more]

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