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Sutton Quantum Qupdates - February 2023


CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR

2022 AWARD WINNERS

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SQ'S JANUARY TOP 10s

TOP $ GROSS

VOLUME SALES

​TOP NUMBER OF

UNITS SOLD

Maria Swannell

Anastassia Kocheleva

Lauren Zylik

Tina LaBonte-Gordon

Marlene Hope

Rahul Malik

Fournier Family Team

Fournier Family Team

David Doyle

Kate Czaplinska

Marilyn Duarte

Sofija Trifunov

Rosemarie Wallace

Denise Wong

Brit Hope

Marilyn Duarte

Dorota Szapowalow

Maria Swannell

Sofija Trifunov

Andrea Laws

Congratulations on making the Top 10 for

Sutton Quantum during the month of January!


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:


January Average Price

$1,379,588


vs


December Average Price

$1,464,493

MISSISSAUGA CONDO/APARTMENT


Month to Month Comparison:

January Average Price

$626,401

vs


December Average Price

$612,597

 
OAKVILLE DETACHED HOMES


Month to Month Comparison:

January Average Price

$1,788,271


vs


December Average Price

$1,821,049

OAKVILLE CONDO/APARTMENT


Month to Month Comparison:

January Average Price

$975,833


vs


December Average Price

$922,750

MARKET WATCH OVERVIEW


TORONTO, ONTARIO, February 3, 2023 – As we moved from 2022 into 2023, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) housing market unfolded as expected. The number of January sales and the overall average selling price were similar to December 2022. On a year-over-year basis, both sales and prices were down markedly, continuing to highlight the impact of higher borrowing costs on affordability over the last year.


“Home sales and selling prices appear to have found some support in recent months. This coupled with the Bank of Canada announcement that interest rate hikes are likely on hold for the foreseeable future will prompt some buyers to move off the sidelines in the coming months. Record population growth and tight labour market conditions will continue to support housing demand moving forward,” said Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) President Paul Baron.


Download Market Watch Reports

​TREB

Market Watch


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​OMDREB

Market Watch


Jan_OMDREB_MarketWatch
.pdf
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​RAHB

Market Watch


Jan_RAHB_MarketWatch
.pdf
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