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In a recent detailed report published by Inman News, Toronto Real Estate home prices are analysed, with details showing why we are far from Real Estate bubble in Greater Toronto Area. For more information on your home evaluation,

Greater Toronto area home prices accelerated during the second quarter as buyers grappled with a tight supply of residential properties for sale. The heightened competition between buyers has created a seller's market, leading to multiple offers and pushing the median sales price up 10 percent, to $405,000 (about $424,000 in U.S. dollars), in June.

At the same time, active listings declined 24 percent from a year ago in Canada's largest metropolis.

This report highlights real estate market statistics and trends in the Toronto metro area and includes a chart with detailed market data and commentary from local real estate professionals.

Existing-home sales in the Greater Toronto area climbed 21 percent to 10,230 in June from a year ago, representing the third best June results ever, according to the Toronto Real Estate Board.

Brisk sales coupled with a tight supply of homes for sale have fueled housing prices. For the month, the average sales price rose 9.5 percent to $476,371 (about $498,400 in U.S. dollars) from a year ago, above the June national average of $372,700 (about $390,200 in U.S. dollars) for the month.