Home sales in the Toronto, Canada, metro area reached an all-time high in May, as prices continued to grow, the Toronto Real Estate Board reported today. The 9,434 transactions that took place last month were 2 percent higher than May 2005 and nearly 2 percent above the previous monthly record of 9,275 sales set in June 2004, according to TREB. "This result is very positive for a number of reasons," said TREB President John Meehan. "We are seeing strong sales totals, yet the pace is very steady and controlled, which is a good sign. This speaks to the overall health of the (Greater Toronto area) housing market." The Scarborough waterfront was one of the most active areas during the month, as Guildwood and Scarborough Village saw 33 percent more transactions than during May of...
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