If you want York Region real estate data, you’ve come to the right place. After seeing the interest in our recent article about the statistics behind GTA real estate, we decided to dig a little deeper and find more data. We looked at every monthly report by the Toronto Real Estate Board since July 2007
We looked at every monthly report by the Toronto Real Estate Board since July 2007 to find out what is going on and provide a series of articles looking at the statistics. This latest article covers York Region real estate data, with numbers going back to July 2011 – when TREB redefined the areas it uses to divide the GTA. One of the biggest and busiest in terms of real estate is York Region, which includes hot real estate areas such as Markham, Richmond Hill, and Vaughan. The York Region real estate data we publish here looks at the region as a whole and lists important data such as average sale prices, number of sales, number of listings, and year-on-year price changes.
We hope that you find this York Region real estate data useful and that it gives you some insight into the real estate market in the area. We hope that it gives you a good understanding of the market and allows you to see beyond the headlines to reveal what is really going on with real estate in York Region.
Average Sale Price for Homes in York Region
Year-on-Year Average Price Increase in York Region
Median Sale Price for Homes in York Region
Number of Home Sales in York Region
Number of New Listings in York Region
Number of Active Listings in York Region
Number of Months Inventory in York Region
Average Number of Days on Market
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