Yonge and Finch Condo For Sale: 25 Greenview Ave

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Yonge and Finch Condo For Sale:  25 Greenview Ave.

1 Bedroom plus Den apartment in the Gorgeous brand new Tridel Meridian 2 luxury condo building.  Located in the Heart of North York just Steps To Finch Subway, Shops, Restaurants and other amenities.

Features Include:

  • Laminate Floors,
  • Granite Kitchen Counter,
  • Ceramic Backsplash,
  • Neutral Colours,
  • Walk Out To Beautiful Patio (Common Area),
  • 1 Parking,
  • 1 Locker,

Includes:   

  • Fridge,
  • Stove,
  • Built In Dishwasher,
  • Built In Microwave,
  • Washer,
  • Dryer,

Amenities Include:

  • Indoor Pool,
  • Sauna,
  • 24 Hr Concierge,
  • Gym,
  • Golf Driving Range,
  • Party Room.

Steven Campbell, Sales Representative
Forest Hill Real Estate Inc., Brokerage

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Toronto Real Estate Board Mid December Update: Greater Toronto Home Resales at 1,500 in Mid December

TORONTO, December 17, 2008 — Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported 1,487 resale transactions during
the first half of December, from 2,868 sales recorded in the same period a year ago, Toronto Real Estate
Board President Maureen O’Neill announced today.

The average price of a home in the Greater Toronto Area is currently $360,652. This compares to an
average of $404,707 recorded during the first half of December 2007 and to an average of $343,048 recorded
during the same period in 2006.

“Keeping today’s market statistics in perspective, MLS® statistics confirm that over the last 10 years the
price of homes has increased in value. What this means for the consumer is that real estate continues to
hold its value and is a solid choice for long-term investments,” said Ms. O’Neill.

In the 416 area, 619 transactions were recorded during the first half of this month, from 1,402 sales that
took place during the same timeframe a year ago.

The average price in the 416 area is currently $382,759, from an average of $450,731 a year ago, and
$367,650 recorded in the first half of December 2006.

In the 905 region 868 homes changed hands in the first two weeks of this month, from 1,466 transactions
that took place in the first half of December 2007.

The 905 region’s current average price is $344,887 from an average of $360,691 recorded during the same
timeframe a year ago and $325,477 recorded at mid-December 2006.

“The recent C.D. Howe land transfer tax study confirms REALTORS’® concerns that the second LTT
imposed on homebuyers in the City of Toronto has indeed contributed to the economic conditions in the
GTA,” added Ms. O’Neill.

There are currently 24,708 listings on the TorontoMLS system, from 17,027 a year ago. The average number
of days a home now remains on the market is 43, as compared to 33 days a year ago. Sellers are achieving
96 per cent of their listing price, as compared to 98 per cent a year ago.

“Location, price and your own personal financial and family situation all play an important role when
considering a purchase,” said Ms. O’Neill. “REALTORS® can provide you with information about
neighbourhoods, school districts and realistic pricing because of their vast knowledge of the local
community.”

This mid month release does not provide a year in review analysis. A summary of activity for all of 2008
including the month of December will be provided in the January 2009 Market Watch Report.

Source: TREB (Toronto Real Estate Board)

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Toronto Land Transfer Tax Costs City’s Economy $170 million

TORONTO, December 10, 2008,  – Supported by a study on the impact of the Toronto Land Transfer Tax, recently authored by the C.D. Howe Institute and two University of Toronto Economics Professors, Greater Toronto REALTORS® are renewing calls for this tax to be rolled back.

“The housing sector is one of the most significant parts of Toronto’s economy,” said Maureen O’Neill, President of the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB). “Unfortunately, the study prepared jointly by the C.D. Howe Institute and Economics Professors from the University of Toronto shows that the Toronto Land Transfer Tax has had a negative economic impact, which TREB estimates to be $170 million in 2008.”

The study found that the Toronto Land Transfer Tax, which costs average Toronto homebuyers approximately $4,000 in addition to a similar amount for the provincial Land Transfer Tax, has reduced
sales of re-sale single-family homes (condominiums not included in study) by 16 per cent, which means approximately 3,500 lost re-sale transactions in the first year of the tax. If condominiums are included, REALTORS® estimate that the impact could be in excess of 5,000 lost re-sale transactions in the first year of the tax.

A separate recent study, conducted by Altus Clayton for the Canadian Real Estate Association, determined that every re-sale housing transaction in Ontario generates approximately $33,425 in economic spin-off activity on things like renovations, furniture, and appliances. This means that losing 5,000 re-sale housing transactions because of the Toronto Land Transfer Tax costs the City’s economy approximately $170 million in consumer spending.

“When people buy a home, they usually spend thousands of dollars on related things like renovations, furniture, and appliances. Thousands of Toronto jobs depend on this spending,” said O’Neill. “Any City policy that impacts housing sales has a direct impact on the City’s economy and jobs.”

With the City currently preparing a recommended operating budget for 2009, TREB is calling on City Council to roll back the Toronto Land Transfer Tax.

“REALTORS® have been clear that we believe that the Toronto Land Transfer Tax is unfair and now a study by respected economists is validating that view. Not only is this tax unfair to home buyers and sellers, but also to the thousands of people whose jobs depend on the housing sector,” said O’Neill. “City Council can, and should, show leadership by rolling back the Toronto Land Transfer Tax.”

REALTORS® are looking forward to opportunities to provide input to the City’s 2009 Operating Budget.

Source: TREB (Toronto Real Estate Board)

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Toronto Real Estate Board Novemeber Update: Over 3,600 Greater Toronto Area Resale Housing Sales in November

TORONTO, December 04, 2008 — Greater Toronto REALTORS® recorded 3,640 transactions last month, from 7,313 sales in November 2007, Toronto Real Estate Board President Maureen O’Neill announced today.

Year-to-date sales figures for the Greater Toronto Area show 72,086 transactions in 2008, from 88,695 sales recorded in the same January to November period a year ago. By contrast, the 2008 year-to-date average price in the GTA is $379,489, from $375,445 in 2007.

“Its important for the public to understand that while sales activity has moderated in 2008, due to current economic conditions, the average price of homes has increased from 2006 still making real estate a solid long term investment,” said O’Neill.

In the 416 area, 1,523 transactions took place last month, from 3,426 sales recorded in November 2007. From a year-to-date perspective, there have been 28,806 sales in the 416 area this year, from 36,804 transactions a year ago.

In the 905 Region 2,117 homes changed hands last month, from November 2007’s 3,887 sales. The 905 Region’s year-to-date figures show 43,280 transactions this year, from 51,891 sales recorded during the same period in 2007.

“Homeownership in the Greater Toronto Area continues to be an affordable, stable and secure investment,” said Ms. O’Neill. “Home buyers and sellers should be confident about their bricks and mortar investment which provides shelter and a place to raise a family.”

“Home prices are affordable, interest rates are at historical low levels and the supply of homes for sale is good providing additional reasons for buyers thinking of entering the market,” added O’Neill.

The average price of a home in the GTA last month was $368,582, from $393,747 noted in November 2007. In November 2006 the average price was recorded at $355,727.

In the 416 area, last month’s average price was $390,225, from $433,859 noted in November 2007. The average price recorded in November 2006 was $381,188. From a year-to-date perspective the 2008 average price in the 416 area is $411,155, from last year’s $411,640.

In the 905 Region, the average price recorded last month was $353,012, from $358,391 recorded in November of 2007. In November 2006 the average price was $335,522. The year-to-date average price in the 905 Region this year is $359,245, from $349,774 in 2007.

The average number of days a home currently remains on the market in the GTA is 41, from an average of 32 days last November. There are currently 27,037 homes listed on the TorontoMLS system compared to 18,309 available properties in November 2007.

“While homeownership offers immediate benefits and long term value by way of equity, it also provides tax benefits over time,” said Ms. O’Neill. “If you bought a house five years ago, it would be worth more than 20 per cent more today.”

“As REALTORS®, we help build communities and will continue to do so even during challenging economic times,” added Ms. O’Neill. “It’s important to consult with a REALTOR® to get accurate local market information.”

Source: TREB (Toronto Real Estate Board)

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