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Sutton Quantum Qupdates - MARCH 2024


Sutton Quantum Qupdates Newsletter

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SQ'S FEBRUARY TOP 10s

​TOP NUMBER OF

UNITS SOLD

TOP $ GROSS

VOLUME SALES

Elizabeth Goulart

Brooke O'Brien

Jessica Ra

Andrea Laws

Alex Winiarski

Alex Winiarski

Matthew Czaplinski

Heather Bartlett

Rahul Malik

Matthew Czaplinski

Kate Czaplinska

Sandor Roca

Brodie Bevan

Margarita Gelowitz

Heather Bartlett

Hasmik Zakharyan

Sandy Moore

Lauren Zylik

Tina Labonte-Gordon

Sandy Moore

Congratulations on making the Top 10 for Sutton Quantum during the month of February!


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.


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MARKET WATCH

AVERAGE PRICE COMPARISON


MISSISSAUGA DETACHED HOMES

Mississauga Detached Market Report


Month to Month Comparison:


February Average Price

$1,498,421


vs


January Average Price

$1,596,414

MISSISSAUGA CONDO/APARTMENT

Mississauga Condo Apartment Market Report

Month to Month Comparison:

February Average Price

$630,583

vs


January Average Price

$593,888

 
OAKVILLE DETACHED HOMES

Oakville Detached Market Report

Month to Month Comparison:

February Average Price

$2,209,270


vs


January Average Price

$2,004,573

OAKVILLE CONDO/APARTMENT

Oakville Condo Apartment Market Report

Month to Month Comparison:

February Average Price

$658,515


vs


January Average Price

$716,695

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MARKET WATCH OVERVIEW


Greater Toronto Area (GTA) home sales and new listings were up on an annual and monthly basis in February 2024. Selling prices also edged upward compared to a year earlier. Population growth and a resilient regional economy continued to support the overall demand for housing. Higher borrowing costs kept home sales below the February sales record reached in 2021.


“We have recently seen a resurgence in sales activity compared to last year. The market assumption is that the Bank of Canada has finished hiking rates. Consumers are now anticipating rate cuts in the near future. A growing number of homebuyers have also come to terms with elevated mortgage rates over the past two years. To minimize higher monthly payments, some buyers have likely saved up a larger down payment, chosen to purchase a less-expensive home type and/or looked to a different location in the GTA,” said TRREB President Jennifer Pearce.



Download Market Watch Reports

​TRREB

Market Watch


TRREB_mw2402
.pdf
Download PDF • 1.40MB

​OMDREB

Market Watch


Market-Watch-Oakville-February-2024
.pdf
Download PDF • 156KB

​RAHB

Market Watch


RAHB_02_2024
.pdf
Download PDF • 990KB

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