A monthly by-the-numbers look at the Toronto real estate market.
Average price of a Toronto condo in July 2012, down one per cent from July 2011.
Percentage drop in condominium sales in Toronto between July 2011 and July 2012, a number some realtors attribute to the mortgage changes.
Maximum length in years of a Canadian mortgage. In June, Ottawa dropped it from 30 years, citing worry over personal debt loads.
3.84 per cent
Average fixed interest rate being offered on 10-year mortgages by major Canadian banks.
Monthly maintenance fees on a 2,000-square-foot, three-bedroom apartment in the Westside Lofts at King and Bathurst, listed for sale at $999,000.
Average price of a detached home in the 905, a five per cent increase over last July.
Number of stories of a proposed condo at 95 Broadway Ave., near Yonge and Eglinton. The 864-unit tower would have 369 parking spaces.
Number of development projects with zoning applications currently up for review in Ward 17, Davenport.
Number of student spots at Jackman PS, a high-ranked elementary school that’s arguably driving up prices in Riverdale and Playter Estates.