Perhaps it was those uncharacteristically high temperatures that had homebuyers out in droves in the first two weeks of November. Certainly, they had gotten over the doom and gloom of the first two weeks of last November.

According to the Toronto Real Estate Board, realtors reported 3,666 sales, a staggering 84% up on the same period last year. Prices year-over-year rose a more modest, but still impressive, 10% to hit an average of $415,066.

Read the full article by by Helen Morris, “Unseasonably hot!” in the National Post (Nov 21, 2009).

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