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Sutton Quantum Qupdates - MAY 2023


IMPORTANT REMINDER

July 1st, SQ paperwork submission through TransactionDesk will become mandatory.


Visit https://www.sqcentral.ca/transactiondesk for an overview as well as job aids.


If you have any questions please reach out to info@suttonquantum.com.



SQ'S APRIL TOP 10s

​TOP NUMBER OF

UNITS SOLD

TOP $ GROSS

VOLUME SALES

Elizabeth Goulart

Brad Thomas

Brad Thomas

The Fournier Family

The Fournier Family

The Parsons Group

Chile Paul

Elizabeth Goulart

Rahul Malik

Rahul Malik

Rita Asadorian

Leslie Linton

Alex Winiarski

Linda Zylik

Sandor Roca

Bryan Adlam

The Parsons Group

Kyle Yamamura

Leslie Linton

Brooke O'Brien

Congratulations on making the Top 10 for

Sutton Quantum during the month of April!


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


Month to Month Comparison:


April Average Price

$1,567,031


vs


March Average Price

$1,553,304

MISSISSAUGA CONDO/APARTMENT


Month to Month Comparison:

April Average Price

$655,660

vs


March Average Price

$614,758

 
OAKVILLE DETACHED HOMES


Month to Month Comparison:

April Average Price

$2,023,532


vs


March Average Price

$1,046,817

OAKVILLE CONDO/APARTMENT


Month to Month Comparison:

April Average Price

$736,516


vs


March Average Price

$811,418

MARKET WATCH OVERVIEW


TORONTO, ONTARIO, May 3, 2023 – The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) housing market continued to tighten in April 2023. On a year-over-year basis, sales edged lower compared to April 2022, but new listings were down by more than one-third. Fewer listings relative to sales meant there was more competition between buyers, supporting an improvement in selling prices since the beginning of this year.


“In line with TRREB’s outlook and recent consumer polling results, we are seeing a gradual improvement in sales and average selling price. Many buyers have come to terms with higher borrowing costs and are taking advantage of lower selling prices compared to this time last year. The issue moving forward will not be the demand for ownership housing, but rather the ability to meet this demand with adequate supply. This is a policy issue that requires sustained effort from all levels of government,” said TRREB President Paul Baron.



Download Market Watch Reports

​TREB

Market Watch


TRREB_mw2304
.pdf
Download PDF • 1.38MB

​OMDREB

Market Watch


Market-Watch-Oakville-April-2023
.pdf
Download PDF • 152KB

​RAHB

Market Watch


RAHB_April_2023
.pdf
Download PDF • 990KB


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