Another year in the books and another crash that never happened for the real estate market in Toronto. Despite what the media outlets continue to tantalize us with each week in the headlines, Toronto saw moderate but positive price growth this year. As always I like to remind our readers that the most important thing to remember when it comes to the Toronto housing market are your local real estate market stats.

Toronto Total Sales Volume by Home Type 2018
Toronto Average Home Prices for 2018
Toronto Year-over-Year Percent Change 2018
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If you follow our monthly Toronto real estate market news watch reports you’ll know that we present the TREB MLS listing sales data for each home type for the downtown Toronto area by municipality. Refer to the map below to find your municipality.

TREB municipalities map for Downtown Toronto

TREB municipalities map for Downtown Toronto


Starting in the west end of Toronto and working our way east across the city, we present you with the year’s average home prices for each municipality. Refer to your municipality in the map above to understand how your Toronto home has performed over the last 12 months.


For those of you who are looking to buy your first home in Toronto this year, pay attention to the areas where your preferred home type falls within your budget.

For instance, looking at the way Toronto home prices have performed across the year in the east end — in particular E01 which is Leslieville and Riverside and E02 which is The Beaches and Upper Beaches — home types from detached homes to condos have maintained a fairly consistent price point without too much fluctuation across the year.

Comparatively, looking at C02 which is the Annex and Wychwood neighbourhoods, all home types have seen many highs and lows in price across the year, sometimes jumping or falling anywhere from $900K to $2.5M in one month.

Refer to these 2018 average Toronto house prices charts as a way of painting a picture of what Toronto real estate prices are like coupled with your desired home type and neighbourhood. Then, set up a call with your Toronto real estate agent for their professional guidance on how to buy a home in Toronto.

(Note: Dotted lines correspond to last available sale for that home type, sometimes going back to November or October 2017.)

Toronto's 2018 real estate market average sale price infographic


Use the maps below to see how different Toronto home types across the city have performed year-over-year. These prices are generated by comparing the TREB sales from December 2018 and December 2017. Read more on our full December y-o-y stats in our monthly real estate news market report here.

Toronto's year-over-year percent change in home prices 2018

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