Historical appreciation in Toronto

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Hi! 

A lot of real estate investors in the GTA are banking on their properties going up in value. While past performance doesn't guarantee the future, it sure does give you a glimpse into it.

Does anyone know where I can find a history of property prices and/or real estate appreciation in the Toronto region? As far back as possible. Also would be great if it's broken down into different property types, neighborhoods etc...

Thanks!

Originally posted by @Andrew V. :

Hi! 

A lot of real estate investors in the GTA are banking on their properties going up in value. While past performance doesn't guarantee the future, it sure does give you a glimpse into it.

Does anyone know where I can find a history of property prices and/or real estate appreciation in the Toronto region? As far back as possible. Also would be great if it's broken down into different property types, neighborhoods etc...

Thanks!

I was just looking at this a few weeks ago, but can't recall where I found this data.  I just googled it. 

In any event, make sure you date back before the late 80s, as it took almost a decade for prices to recover after that real estate crash.  On an inflation adjusted basis.  Most people do not realize this.  

 

Originally posted by @Chad U. :
Originally posted by @Andrew V.:

Hi! 

A lot of real estate investors in the GTA are banking on their properties going up in value. While past performance doesn't guarantee the future, it sure does give you a glimpse into it.

Does anyone know where I can find a history of property prices and/or real estate appreciation in the Toronto region? As far back as possible. Also would be great if it's broken down into different property types, neighborhoods etc...

Thanks!

I was just looking at this a few weeks ago, but can't recall where I found this data.  I just googled it. 

In any event, make sure you date back before the late 80s, as it took almost a decade for prices to recover after that real estate crash.  On an inflation adjusted basis.  Most people do not realize this.  

@Chad U.  – any way you could dig this up? Would be very interested in seeing it!

 

Originally posted by @Andrew V. :
Originally posted by @Chad U.:
Originally posted by @Andrew V.:

Hi! 

A lot of real estate investors in the GTA are banking on their properties going up in value. While past performance doesn't guarantee the future, it sure does give you a glimpse into it.

Does anyone know where I can find a history of property prices and/or real estate appreciation in the Toronto region? As far back as possible. Also would be great if it's broken down into different property types, neighborhoods etc...

Thanks!

I was just looking at this a few weeks ago, but can't recall where I found this data.  I just googled it. 

In any event, make sure you date back before the late 80s, as it took almost a decade for prices to recover after that real estate crash.  On an inflation adjusted basis.  Most people do not realize this.  

@Chad U.  – any way you could dig this up? Would be very interested in seeing it!

http://www.torontocondobubble....

Here is one such article.  I stand corrected it took 21 years to reach its previous high in 1989 on an inflation adjusted basis.   

 

Originally posted by @Chad U.:
Originally posted by @Andrew V.:
Originally posted by @Chad U.:
Originally posted by @Andrew V.:

Hi!

A lot of real estate investors in the GTA are banking on their properties going up in value. While past performance doesn't guarantee the future, it sure does give you a glimpse into it.

Does anyone know where I can find a history of property prices and/or real estate appreciation in the Toronto region? As far back as possible. Also would be great if it's broken down into different property types, neighborhoods etc...

Thanks!

I was just looking at this a few weeks ago, but can't recall where I found this data. I just googled it.

In any event, make sure you date back before the late 80s, as it took almost a decade for prices to recover after that real estate crash. On an inflation adjusted basis. Most people do not realize this.

@Chad U. – any way you could dig this up? Would be very interested in seeing it!

http://www.torontocondobubble....

Here is one such article. I stand corrected it took 21 years to reach its previous high in 1989 on an inflation adjusted basis.




@Chad U. –– Thank you 🙏