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Sutton Quantum Qupdates - APRIL 2023


On April 6th we had the pleasure of hosting Tim Hudak from OREA at our Oakville office. Click the button below for an overview of the event as well as a recording of the session.

SQ'S MARCH TOP 10s

​TOP NUMBER OF

UNITS SOLD

TOP $ GROSS

VOLUME SALES

Matthew Czaplinski

Bryan Adlam

Bryan Adlam

Matthew Czaplinski

Elizabeth Goulart

Michael Hope

Michael Hope

Bradley Thomas

Alex Winiarski

Kate Czaplinska

Lauren Zylik

Willy Chadraba

Peter De Bruyn

Caroline Feeley

Kyle Yamamura

Elizabeth Goulart

Ahmed Dagher

Sandor Roca

Marcella Racic

Liang Ren

Congratulations on making the Top 10 for

Sutton Quantum during the month of March!


Disclaimer: The above Top 10 information is internal data distributed to Sutton Quantum Agents only.

Please do not disclose the names of Sutton Quantum agents or their place on any Top Ten lists to outside agents, clients or on any public forum.

MARKET WATCH

AVERAGE PRICE COMPARISON


MISSISSAUGA DETACHED HOMES


Month to Month Comparison:


March Average Price

$1,553,304


vs


February Average Price

$1,543,866

MISSISSAUGA CONDO/APARTMENT


Month to Month Comparison:

March Average Price

$614,758

vs


February Average Price

$612,221

 
OAKVILLE DETACHED HOMES


Month to Month Comparison:

March Average Price

$1,046,817


vs


February Average Price

$1,921,486

OAKVILLE CONDO/APARTMENT


Month to Month Comparison:

March Average Price

$811,418


vs


February Average Price

$1,158,950

MARKET WATCH OVERVIEW


Greater Toronto Area (GTA) housing market conditions tightened in March 2023. Sales accounted for an increased share of listings in comparison to March 2022, suggesting that competition between buyers is on the rise. The average sale price was above the average list price for the first time since May 2022.


“As we moved through the first quarter, Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) Members were increasingly reporting that competition between buyers was heating up in many GTA neighbourhoods. The most recent statistics bear this out,” said TRREB President Paul Baron. “Recent consumer polling also suggests that demand for ownership housing will continue to recover this year. Look for first-time buyers to lead this recovery, as high average rents move more closely in line with the cost of ownership.”



Download Market Watch Reports

​TREB

Market Watch


mw2303
.pdf
Download PDF • 1.40MB

​OMDREB

Market Watch


Market-Watch-Oakville-March-2023
.pdf
Download PDF • 472KB

​RAHB

Market Watch


RAHB_All_MarketWatch_03-2023
.pdf
Download PDF • 986KB


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