Rosedale Home Sales Statistics for April 2020
Sales Volume Changes*
All homes - no change at 49 homes sold
Detached - up 30.3% to 43 homes sold
Semi-detached - down 73.3% to 4 homes sold
Dollar Value Changes*
All homes - up 1.1% to $4,037,656
Detached - down 8.4% to $4,176,980
Semi-detached - up 5.6% to $3,031,250
*MLS 12-month year-over-year changes ending April 30, 2020; Provided by Jethro Seymour
As of May 4, 2020, there are six homes available in the Rosedale area of the Toronto Real Estate Board’s C09 zone, ranging in price from $3,100,000 for a detached home on Castle Frank Crescent (26 days on the market) to $21,500,000 for a detached home on Roxborough Drive (377 days on the market). All homes currently available have been listed for more than 30 days. Last month, there was no home sale in Rosedale.
Entry into the Rosedale market now requires buyers to spend at least $2,000,000 for a detached home. Buyers continue to look for homes in midtown while low inventory endures as the main driver of competitive bidding.
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Source: TREB MLS Sales Data as of May 4, 2020
Statistics Provided by Jethro Seymour, Broker of Record
Jethro Seymour is one of the Top Rosedale Real Estate Brokers and a midtown Toronto residential specialist with over 20 years of sales experience in real estate, marketing, construction and publishing. He has helped many families find homes in Toronto’s great neighbourhoods, and has extensive knowledge of local markets, new home construction, resale home sales, and the condo market. Living in midtown Toronto, Jethro previews many of the homes that come to market for his clients and inventory knowledge. Jethro specializes in Midtown, Davisville Village and Leaside neighbourhoods.