Average Price of Senior Executive Homes in Greater Toronto Area (Q4 2006 Royal LePage Survey)

Submitted by Jasmina on Tue, 2006-12-19 01:56.

Senior Executive

A two-storey, four- or five-bedroom home with three bathrooms, main floor family room plus atrium or library. Two fireplaces, a full unfinished basement and an attached two-car garage. The house is 279+ sq. metres (3,000 sq. ft.) and is situated on a fully-serviced 627 sq. metre (6,750 sq. ft.) lot. Construction may be brick, stucco, siding or any combination.

Average Home Prices

City Price Oct 2006 Est. Taxes Est. Rental Price Jul 2006 Price Oct 2005 Chg. 1 Year
Beach District 1,200,000 - - 1,110,000 960,000 25.0
Brampton / Bramalea   - - 532,000 545,000 -
Burlington   - - 545,000 501,000 -
Cabbagetown 569,500 - - 592,000 565,000 0.8
Etobicoke - Islington / Kingsway 760,000 5,600 4,000 760,000 730,000 4.1
Etobicoke - North Etobicoke 623,000 4,500 3,800 620,000 600,000 3.8
Forest Hill 1,587,000 - - 2,800,000 2,700,000 -41.2
Leaside 1,190,000 8,400 5,500 1,190,000 1,150,000 3.5
Markham 545,000 5,384 2,400 565,000 485,000 12.4
Midtown Toronto 2,049,000 - - 2,460,000 2,350,000 -12.8
Mississauga - Mississauga 511,500 5,900 3,100 510,000 500,000 2.3
Mississauga - Meadowvale / Streetsville 510,000 4,600 2,500 500,000 465,000 9.7
Moore Park 2,575,000 - - 2,500,000 2,400,000 7.3
North Toronto 1,485,000 - - 1,415,000 1,471,000 1.0
Oakville 650,000 5,000 3,500 650,000 650,000 0.0
Richmond Hill 475,000 4,500 2,400 475,000 420,000 13.1
Riverdale 574,000 - - 498,000 480,000 19.6
Rosedale 2,700,000 20,000 9,000 2,650,000 2,600,000 3.8
Scarborough - Agincourt 490,000 3,450 1,800 487,000 460,000 6.5
Scarborough - Central 450,000 3,500 2,400 445,000 469,000 -4.1
Scarborough - West Hill 550,000 4,000 2,200 544,850 489,000 12.5
Thornhill 580,000 4,800 2,400 580,000 550,000 5.5
Unionville 660,000 6,521 3,300 660,000 620,000 6.5
Woodbridge 472,245 - - 472,245 561,826 -15.9

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