Home sales in Toronto are expected to be very strong in 2016.
In fact, The Toronto Real Estate Board expects the city might even set a record.
TREB estimates its member realtors will sell between 96,500 and 105,000 residential properties this year.
Last year’s record high was capped at 101,229 transactions.
The average selling price is also expected to rise to between $655,000 and $665,000, up 9.8 per cent from 2014.
The GTA and other parts of southern Ontario experienced stronger demand than most Canadian markets in 2015, outdone only by parts of British Columbia.