After speculation about whether Toronto's housing market would improve during February, new figures released by the Toronto Real Estate Board suggest that isn't the case. The number of homes sold in February totaled 5,759, which was a slight disappointment compared to last year's number, which was 6,809, the Globe and Mail reported. Real estate analysts estimate one of the reasons for the 10.5 percent decline in sales might be due to the fact that February 2012 was a leap year.
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According to the Wall Street Journal, TREB President Ann Hannah said another reason for the decline in home sales might be due to the federal government's stricter mortgage guidelines that were introduced last year.
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