As autumn begins to cool down, the GTA’s housing market continues to heat up. TREB has released the sales data for September 2018, and for a fourth consecutive month, total sales were up year-over-year! The 6,445 combined transactions represent a modest 1.9% year-over-year gain, while the average sales price of $796,786 reveals a 2.9% bump for the same period.
SOURCED FROM TREB SEPTEMBER 2018 FOR CENTRAL TORONTO. FOR STATISTICAL USE ONLY.
THE HAUNTING GROUNDS
Toronto has long been a haven for all manner of things that go bump in the night. From popular tourist destinations like Gibraltar Point’s lighthouse, the Distillery Historic District, and the ROM to government buildings like Old City Hall, Queen’s Park and the old Don Jail, In fact, if you live in Toronto, chances are you’ve encountered your share of unexplained phenomena. Fortunately, while our relationship with the supernatural is long and complicated, navigating the season doesn’t have to be. Here are some of our favourite local haunts for you to explore and enjoy with the family this Halloween season.
WORLD PRESS PHOTO EXHIBIT OCTOBER 2 - 23 Some of the most moving, powerful and challenging images captured over the past year by photojournalists from all over the world.
INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF AUTHORS OCTOBER 18 - 28 This festival, at Harbourfront Centre, brings together the world's best writers of contemporary literature for readings, interviews, roundtable discussions, book signings and special events.
*Dollar value of all MLS listings sold (source: IMS 2017) Almost $2.9 billion in sales volume, 2017
CENTRAL 2145 Avenue Road, Toronto YORKVILLE 113 Davenport Road, Toronto MIDTOWN 532 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto BLOOR WEST 2316 Bloor Street West, Toronto MUSKOKA 1A Lee Valley Drive #6, Port Carling LAKE OF BAYS 13 Minerva Street East, Hunstville