Toronto home sales see small uptick in January as prices continue to go up

TORONTO -- Home sales in Toronto and the surrounding area saw a small uptick in January, a sign that the real estate market in Canada's largest city remains stable.

The Toronto Real Estate Board reports that there were 4,009 home sales recorded though its Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system in January, up 0.6 per cent compared with January 2018.

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