Home sales in the Toronto, Canada, market dropped for the fourth straight month in September, while prices increased, the Toronto Real Estate Board reported Wednesday. The 6,622 sales recorded through the TorontoMLS system last month were 10 percent below the 7,326 sales in September 2005, according to TREB, and were down 5 percent from August 2006. The average price of an existing home in the metro area registered $349,142 last month, up 5 percent from the $335,334 recorded last September, and up from $338,192 in August 2006. "We are still seeing healthy sales levels consistent with a housing market that is in very good shape," said TREB President Dorothy Mason. "Prices are increasing steadily and demand is based on real need. ..." Despite the overall cooling, two neighborhoods reported ...
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