Toronto Real Estate

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Home Prices in Toronto

The asking price of homes for sale in Toronto has increased 9.5% since April last year, while the number of homes for sale has increased 0.47%. See more Toronto Home Prices & Values.

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2,048 Houses
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482 Townhouses
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2,691 Condos

Find Real Estate & MLS® Listings in Toronto

Zolo has the most thorough, up-to-date set of Toronto real estate listings. At the moment, Toronto has 5,416 homes for sale, including 2,086 houses, 2,784 condos, and 493 townhouses listed for sale. The average sold price for all home types in Toronto is $906K, which is 6% higher than April 2018. See our Toronto real estate trends for a more detailed analysis on average home prices, housing inventory, and days on market.

Toronto is home to 143 unique neighbourhoods. With Zolo you'll be able to find the most popular Toronto neighbourhoods, the highest-rated schools in the city, and evaluate nearby amenities. Check out the upcoming open houses in Toronto to tour homes in person. Narrow down your home search to filter by price, bedrooms, size or search by our map of MLS® listings for Canada-wide real estate.

If you’re looking for rentals instead of homes for sale, Zolo has a comprehensive set of 3,577 Toronto rental listings, including 486 houses and 2,620 apartments for rent. Most of the population in the city own their homes, while 45% live in rentals with an average lease price of $1,001.

MLS® Listing data for Toronto is updated every 15 minutes to provide you the most-up-to-date home listings. Get in touch with one of our Toronto real estate agents to get started on landing your dream home today.

Toronto City Guide

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As the provincial capital of Ontario and the largest city in Canada, Toronto is no stranger to attention. Home to award-winning artists and headline-catching sports teams, being in the spotlight is just part of the city’s image. Even Hollywood A-listers consider it a go-to hotspot.

But don’t be fooled. Residents are hard-working and down to earth. Toronto is considered a global city, by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC). It’s recognized by various publications and institutions worldwide as one of the most multicultural and cosmopolitan cities. It is the anchor city in the heavily urbanized Golden Horseshoe area, which is home to 9.2 million residents, or 26% of Canada’s population.

The access to the vast amount of labour makes the city an important centre for business and commerce. It’s considered the financial capital of Canada because it has the highest concentration of banks and brokerage firms on Bay Street, the city’s centre of finance. The Toronto Stock Exchange is the world’s 7th-largest equity exchange by market capitalization. Finance isn’t the only economic engine of this city. It’s an important centre for media, publishing, telecommunication, information technology and film and production industries. While manufacturing takes place outside of Toronto city limits, the city continues to be an important wholesale and distribution point.

There are plenty of options and opportunities for those living and working in this award-winning city. No wonder, then, even rapidly rising house prices haven’t stopped people from relocating to this massive city. Visit once and you know why. On a sunny afternoon, everyone seems to stroll along the beaches boardwalk, while weekends are spent at the CN Tower, learning about the nation’s favourite sport at the Hockey Hall of Fame, or buying local meat from a butcher at St. Lawrence Market. This city is definitely a vibrant hub of urban activity and an excellent spot to gain a foothold in Canada’s real estate landscape.  


Toronto real estate is known for its eclectic mix of communities and housing styles. Want a solid brick post-war bungalow? Head to Scarborough or check out the west-end Maple Leaf neighbourhood. Those with classic tastes may want a Victorian townhouse in the artistic enclave of Kensington Market. You could also settle into a good family home in the Riverdale community—made famous by the Kids of Degrassi High. For funky lofts check out the Distillery District. Then there are the modern, glass condo buildings along University Avenue.

To get started, check out the hottest and coldest ‘hoods with homes for sale in Toronto. This list examines how fast properties sell, the percentage of homes that sell over asking and the average house price in that neighbourhood—then it ranks the neighbourhoods based on these metrics. Another option is to spend a weekend checking out Toronto open houses to see which property and community suit you best.

(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Playter Estates-danforth 92% 92% $1.5M 5
2North Riverdale 89% 89% $1.5M 7
3Greenwood-coxwell 87% 89% $984K 11
4Runnymede-bloor West Village 90% 75% $1.4M 10
5Roncesvalles 88% 70% $1.2M 17

Nearby Cities

Many buyers opt to purchase in a nearby city and commute to work. These buyers want larger homes and lots but with good commuter access to Toronto’s downtown core. Good options include Vaughan, Pickering and Burlington. Look for neighbourhoods that are closer to the highway or commuter train stations, such as Maple, Liverpool or Appleby. Even cities that require a bit longer of a commute, such as Ajax, Oshawa and Brampton, are options as they offer more affordable detached homes.

(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Toronto 46%35%$905K5521
2Pickering 43%27%$673K278
3Mississauga 41%26%$771K1483
4Brampton 39%23%$718K1366
5Milton 40%21%$734K450


Buying a house means owning a piece of a neighbourhood, so it’s a good idea to get to know your neighbours. Here’s a snapshot of Toronto’s demographics, including median age, schools and income, using census information from Statistics Canada.

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College Educated


Those interested in a place to live and raise a family, the city is home to top-rated elementary and secondary schools. To help you narrow down your Toronto housing market search, here are the top five schools in each category.

Elementary Schools

10.0 Hillmount
10.0 Kennedy
9.9 Arbor Glen
9.9 Seneca Hill
9.9 St Michael's Choir

Secondary Schools

8.9 Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts
8.8 North Toronto
8.6 Etobicoke School of the Arts
8.5 Ursula Franklin
8.4 William Lyon Mackenzie


Those living and working in Toronto rely on the city’s extensive public transit system. Rapid transit in the city includes underground subways, above-ground light rail and passenger trains, streetcars and 24-hour bus routes. If you’d rather bike to work you’ll enjoy the expanding network of dedicated bike lanes. While those relying on a car need not worry. Toronto is home to the largest highway network in Canada and across North America—making the largest city in Ontario very commuter-friendly.

To get a better idea of how city residents commute, consider the data collected by Statistics Canada.


Local Scoop

Toronto is one of Canada’s most culturally diverse urban centres. Every year the city ranks as one of the best places in the world to live. One reason is the smorgasbord of tantalizing food on offer. From Caribbean jerk chicken to Portuguese BBQ to Punjabi-inspired curry or authentic Asian, it’s all in Toronto.

Parents and kids like to chill-out at the many family-focused attractions around the city. The Ontario Science Centre’s KidSpark helps little tikes learn to enjoy science. The Art Gallery of Ontario offers little hands a chance to create at their hands-on activity centre. Or spend a day at the historical-themed kids’ play area at the Royal Ontario Museum.

For adult time, pull up a patio seat and enjoy some local brew in the Distillery District or The Junction. Or spend the day outdoors cycling along one of the city’s many dedicated bike paths, before paddling out to the Islands for a picnic.

The listing data is provided under copyright by the Toronto Real Estate Board. The listing data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the Toronto Real Estate Board nor Zolo.