22 Mar Tight supply drives up new house prices and condo values in February.
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There is little relief so far this year for first-time buyers in the Toronto region looking to purchase a new construction home.
The overall limited supply of newly built and pre-construction homes is particularly severe in the single-family category — detached, semi-detached and townhouses — priced for first-time buyers, according to the home building industry.
That shortage is continuing to send first-time buyers into the condo market where the benchmark price of a condo rose 39.5 per cent year over year in February, compared to a 12.8 per cent price rise for single-family homes.
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