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The runaway price growth for GTA homes  in November wasn’t experienced the same way in every Toronto neighbourhood. While the new average selling price for a property in the region shot up by 11.3 per cent to $538,881, prices can differ wildly between districts and property types.

Using the MLS Home Price Index included in the Toronto Real Estate Board’s latest market report, we mapped out year-over-year price growth across Toronto based on the composite, single-family detached, single-family attached, townhouse and apartment numbers.

Here’s what we learned:

  • The east end is still red hot for price growth. For the composite index, two of the top three neighbourhoods were in the east (Tweet this).
  • Unsurprisingly, the east led price growth for both single-family detached homes and attached homes as well, taking the top three spots in both categories (Tweet this).
  • Which district is seeing the biggest leap in apartment prices? That would be C11 (Leaside, Thorncliffe Park, Flemingdon Park), which saw a 30.21 per cent rise year-over-year (Tweet this).

Find your area to see whether prices are rising or dropping:

TREB Composite November

TREB Single Detached November

TREB Single Attached November

W03, C03, E03, E06 were not mapped as they did not have any townhouse sales in November.

TREB townhouses Novemeber

TREB apartment novembe

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