Housing Prices For The Month of July, 2017
AVERAGE HOUSE PRICE
TREB BENCHMARK PRICE - year over year % change
Single Family Detached: + 19.22%
Single Family Attached: + 20.41%
Townhouse: + 17.76%
Source: Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) statistics for Pickering houses sold during the month indicated.
Note: TREB's Benchmark Price is calculated based on an index not an average.
Pickering is located immediately east of Toronto, just across the Rouge River. It is home to some 94,000 residents in 2016. Population is projected to expand to 190,000 residents by 2031. (Source: City of Pickering)
Both the 401 and 407 highways serve as strong links between Pickering and the City of Toronto. GO Train service along the Lakeshore East line into the downtown financial core is superb, and the city boasts a modern new train terminal. Pickering is an excellent choice for commuters to call home.
Pickering's waterfront is one of its most outstanding features. There are shops and restaurants, beautiful vistas, boating facilities, a large beach recreation area and natural landscapes to enjoy, not to mention the Waterfront Trail.
Pickering boasts many businesses in numerous economic sectors. It is also rich in cultural diversity, festivals and amenities.
For more information about buying or selling your home in Pickering, let's talk!
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