The Toronto Star reports that the real estate market in Ontario's capital city will calm down a bit in 2012. In November, home sales were up 9.7 percent over the same time in 2010, and the average house price was higher than it had been in some time.
Toronto residents who may have been waiting for the market to cool off a bit before purchasing will soon get their chance as BMO Economics predicts that price increases will slow considerably. The news source indicates that home sales in Toronto are beginning to decline, which could cause a drop in prices.
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