Seven Toronto homes that just sold for $98,000 or more under asking (PHOTOS)

May 20 2022, 8:41 pm

Seeing a house in Toronto sell over asking has become a near-daily occurrence, but as the city shifts to a buyer’s market, some homes are being sold for well under the listed price.

While still going for over one million dollars, several homes have changed hands this month for $100,000 or more below the asking price.

From probable tear-downs to massive mansions, here are seven Toronto homes that sold under asking in May.

64 Bellamy Road S | Listed: $1,199,000 | Sold for: $1,100,786

Re/Max All-stars Realty Inc., Brokerage

It took just one day for this Cliffcrest home to sell for $98,214 under asking. It’s dated, with wood panelled walls and wall-to-wall carpeting in nearly every room, but is situated on a sizeable lot near many parks, schools, and shops.

133 Brooklawn Avenue | Listed: $1,099,000 | Sold: $1,000,000

Re/Max Realtron Realty Inc.

This cute little bungalow was originally listed for $999,999 in early May, but was taken off the market and re-listed for $1,099,000 about a week later. The move proved unsuccessful, though, as it sold in one day for about the original price.

5 Ennismore Place | Listed: $1,499,000 | Sold for: $1,400,000

Century 21 St. Andrew`s Realty Inc.

This Don Valley Village Bungalow took 19 days to sell and fetched $99,000 under asking. There’s a fireplace in the finished basement and a spacious backyard, but the house itself is in need of an update.

258 Crawford Street | Listed: $1,789,000 | Sold for: $1,689,000

Sage Real Estate Limited

This spacious century-old home sold for $100,000 under asking in just one day – potential proof that Toronto’s real estate market is turning to favour the buyer. It’s got a backyard with a deck, an eat-in kitchen, and three bedrooms, all in the heart of Trinity Bellwoods.

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#815 – 88 Grandview Way | Listed: $848,000 | Sold for: $730,000

Homelife Landmark Realty Inc.

This bright two bedroom condo sold in 13 days for $118,000 under the asking price. It was last purchased for $645,500 in December 2020 and was fully renovated in 2021. The home has a split-bedroom layout and an open-concept living area.

21 Wexford Boulevard | Listed: $1,625,000 | Sold for: $1,450,000

Sotheby`s International Realty Canada

Situated near the end of a scenic cul de sac, this three bedroom home sold for $175,000 under asking in eight days. It could use an update, but has large rooms, two fireplaces, and a big backyard.

142 Geoffrey Street | Listed: $3,100,000 | Sold for: $2,900,000

Keller Williams Referred Urban, Trust Realty Group

This Roncesvalles home spent nine days on the market before selling for $200,000 under asking. It’s spacious and stunning, but the price puts it out of reach for most people. The house is over one hundred years old but has been recently updated with modern touches.

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