Ontario Home Price Tracker in Canada

January 29th, 2018 9:39 PM krs [OP] Retail Addict Mar 28, 2005 7734 posts With 1858 Yes votes, it is clear that this article is well-liked. Geographical Location: Cornwall, Ontario At this time on January 29th, 2018 (9:39 PM), Is there a place online where one can look up

January 29th, 2018 9:39 PM krs [OP] Retail Addict User avatar Mar 28, 2005 7734 posts With 1858 Yes votes, it is clear that this article is well-liked. Geographical Location: Cornwall, Ontario

At this time on January 29th, 2018 (9:39 PM),

Is there a place online where one can look up a home's selling price history in Ontario, Canada? Given that this data is considered public record, I would have thought there would be at least a couple of websites where one could type in an address and obtain the date and price at which the home was sold.

However, I can't seem to find the answer to this question on Google; instead, I'm directed to real estate websites where all I get are lists of homes for sale and their asking prices, whereas what I'm really interested in is the actual sales prices of individual homes in the area. Approximately within the last five years

11:08 PM, January 29th, 2018 fdl Spending Addict Dec 5, 2009 5751 posts There were 3580 votes in favor.

11:08 PM, January 29th, 2018

Some websites provide access to older content, dating back several years. However, the land registry is an option if the duration is significantly longer.

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30 January 2018 at 11:05 am l69norm Professional in Negotiations User avatar Jun 12, 2007 18776 posts 6052 votes in favor London

On the 30th of January, 2018 at 11:05 am

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When exactly it goes live, I can't say. As of now, there is sufficient test data.

It's currently 12:06 PM on January 30th, 2018. krs [OP] Passionate Shopper User avatar Mar 28, 2005 7734 posts That is 1858 votes in favor! Canada's Cornwall

This post was updated at 12:06 PM on January 30, 2018.

We appreciate you sharing that resource. Everything in the first group of sites still seems to be operational, but they only serve the Greater Toronto Area. Can anyone recommend a good website that features Eastern Ontario?

It's strange that in this day and age, you can't find that information online.

Sunday, January 30th, 2018 at 12:13pm rfdrfd Deal Guru User avatar Jun 26, 2005 10088 posts Votes: 1953 Toronto

At 12:13 on January 30th, 2018

Inquire with a real estate agent pal Find someone who does if you don't already have one.
Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 at 12:47pm krs [OP] Dedicated Shopper User avatar Mar 28, 2005 7734 posts There were 1858 votes in favor. The Canadian Town of Cornwall

At 12:47 on January 31st, 2018

For those who are curious, I discovered that all sales made by MPAC after 2012 are posted online, along with the selling price and the month and year in which the sale took place. One must first sign up for access, and then conduct a search for the desired address. When you save an address, you'll be able to see its assessment, the date and price at which it was last sold (assuming it was after 2012), and related information.

Since I know the selling price and date for a few houses in Belleville and Cornwall, I was able to verify that the data I found on MPAC is reliable and that it applies to all of Ontario.

As of 4:59 PM on January 31, 2018 LyGuy Addict in the World of Sales Sep 4, 2007 1223 posts This idea is loved by 706 people.

Thursday, January 31, 2018 4:59 PM

krs penned: If anyone is curious, I discovered that for sales after 2012, MPAC publishes the selling price and the date (by month and year) on their website. A user must first sign up for access, and then conduct a search for the desired address in order to view such details. Bookmark that location and you'll be able to see the assessment, the date and the price at which the home was last sold (assuming it was after 2012).

Since I know the selling price and date for a few houses in Belleville and Cornwall, I was able to verify that the data I found on MPAC is reliable and that it applies to all of Ontario.

Where can I find this? No matter how hard I look, I just can't seem to locate it.
At 4:59 on January 31st, 2018 LyGuy Fanatic Shopaholic Sep 4, 2007 1223 posts Favorable: 706

At 4:59 on January 31st, 2018

Author krs posted: In case anyone is curious, I discovered that for sales after 2012, MPAC publishes both the selling price and the date (by month and year) on their website. You need to sign up for access, then conduct a search for the address you're interested in. When you save an address, you'll be able to see its assessment, the date and price at which it was last sold (assuming it was after 2012), and related information.

Having double-checked the selling prices and dates of a few houses in Belleville and Cornwall, I can attest that the data on MPAC is reliable and that it should work throughout all of Ontario.

Is there a website you could share? What you're talking about eludes me completely.
9:26 AM, February 2, 2018 michelb Spending Addict Jul 4, 2004 7114 posts With 3989 affirmative votes, this passage is deemed successful. Ottawa

9:26 AM, February 2, 2018

The OP's method for working with mpac is unclear to me. ca, but I think he probably signed up and lied about living there so he could access the files. Although I have not reviewed their policies and procedures, I believe this to be a violation of their terms, as well as potentially fraudulent and a breach of privacy, so anyone following that process should likely be aware of any consequences. As was previously mentioned, speaking with a real estate agent is the most convenient way to learn about pricing.

Though I can't be sure (I believe MLS has claimed that it was their private information so they weren't required to share it, but that might have been overruled in court), I believe the information is considered private and thus unavailable to the public. also, logic – every inquiry must be supported by some sort of justification (i.e. e The only reason I can think of to ask how much a house sold for is if you're in the market to buy a property like it, in which case it's perfectly acceptable to inquire about the sale price. propriety of the owner) In a similar vein, I do not think it is appropriate for you to inquire as to the identity of the registered owner.

Today is February 2nd, 2018 at 10:52 am krs [OP] Spending Addict User avatar Mar 28, 2005 7734 posts I am happy to say that 1858 people have voted in favor of this. Canada's Cornwall

10:52 AM, February 2, 2018

Author michaelb penned: The OP's method for working with mpac is unclear to me. ca, but I think he registered and falsely claimed to live there to gain access to the files. Although I have not reviewed their policies and procedures, I believe this to be a violation of their terms, as well as a possible fraud and a breach of privacy, so anyone utilizing this method should be aware of the potential repercussions.
Are you kidding me? You're SO OFF BASE To begin, the Real Estate Board was unsuccessful in their attempt to have selling prices kept secret. It is perfectly legal for anyone to obtain this information by visiting the local registrar office. All the links to the various websites that provide that information are functional, and the Assessment office has it. This is because the actual selling prices are one main factor in the assessment. The problem is that none of those sites go beyond the Greater Toronto Area. I'm sure those who are curious could figure out how to access the data on the MPAC site with my help, but here's a more detailed explanation. Moreover, contrary to what michelb suggested, I do not claim to reside at a specific address; rather, I merely state that I am based at the address I have provided. PS: It drives me nuts when people assume the worst. Anyway Check out my property details! ca Enter your login information, or create an account if you haven't already. Please enter your roll number and access key from your property assessment roll. That will lead you to the data MPAC has collected about your house. Then click the "My Neighborhood" link in the upper right corner. From there, you can use the lot plan to navigate to various locations in your immediate area, or you can use the search bar to enter an address if the property you're interested in is further away. At this point, the property you've chosen will load along with its photos, the lot's dimensions, and the most recent assessment. The following step is to mark that rental as a favorite of yours. After that, the date and selling price of the most recent sale will be displayed below the assessed value in the favored listing. Thousands of real estate agents, real estate lawyers, the public record, and of course MPAC all have access to the selling price, so I don't see how MLS could possibly claim it to be private information.

It's not like you're buying a computer from a single person and are given a secret discount in exchange for keeping the purchase quiet.

11:20 AM, February 2, 2018 michelb Spending Addict Jul 4, 2004 7114 posts Votes: 3989 Ottawa

As of 11:20 AM on Feb. 2, 2018

Please correct me if I'm wrong (although, in fairness, you didn't actually say how you did it despite someone asking, and I said I didn't know the process because I'd never tried it). I was under the impression that MPAC only shared sales data for the property in which you were registered. But only property owners can register for an account on their website, so only owners can do it (technically I should be able to get the information to create an account and try it, but I don't have the roll number and access key on me). a helping (or even a hand-holding) Regarding the Multiple Listing Service, it's a matter of semantics, but I don't think they mentioned that the asking price wasn't public. They may have claimed that the data they collect belongs to them and that they are exempt from disclosing it. (they maintain a plethora of data on listings, some of which can be found elsewhere (like the land registry and MPAC) but is still their own) Similarly, just because someone else collected the same data in a database about automobiles, sports, or whatever else, doesn't mean that you should be obligated to share your database with them. I don't disagree that people should have access to sales data (I love how easily accessible it is in the US), but the fact that agents and lawyers have access to it doesn't mean it should be made available to the general public. Information that is private or confidential may be accessible to a wide range of people in a variety of professions. Even though the 911 center will likely have my name, address, phone number, and any related reports or investigations, etc., if I call them, that doesn't mean that this information should be shared with the neighborhood.

Despite my criticisms, I'm interested in giving this a shot because, if it works as the OP claims, it's a fantastic discovery.

As of 9:07 AM EDT on October 1st, 2018 umeshlad Newbie Sep 30, 2018 1 posts 2 upvotes

Today is October 1st, and the time is 9:07 am.

At 1:27 on October 1st, 2018 dantey Those Who Can't Resist the Call of the Sale Jul 14, 2002 2657 posts Twelve hundred ninety-five people voted yes.

Today is October 1st, and the time is currently 1:27 pm.

From my perspective, they're only using TREB tactics out of self-preservation; adapting to the times could result in lower earnings and increased risk as competitors nibble away at the pie. Here's what happened when I made an offer on a $1 million home: I didn't like that the listing price was reduced from $2,000,000 to 0,000 after it had originally been $2,000,000.

In addition to wanting to see "lowball" offers rejected because the asking price is artificially inflated and the offer is at market value, sellers often present false or withheld information in the hopes of achieving this outcome.

At 6:45 on October 5th, 2018 macboy Banned Oct 4, 2018 15 posts 5 upvotes

At 6:45 on October 5th, 2018

Time: 6:48 PM, October 5th, 2018 macboy Banned Oct 4, 2018 15 posts 5 upvotes

At 6:48 on October 5th, 2018

Author krs posted: Wow, you sure are way off the mark To begin, the Real Estate Board's claim that closing prices should be kept secret was rejected in court. It is perfectly legal for anyone to obtain this information by visiting the local registrar's office. All the links to the various websites that provide this information are functional, but the Assessment office already has it because it is based in large part on the actual selling prices. The only problem is that they don't expand beyond the Greater Toronto Area. I'm sure those who are curious could figure out how to access the data on the MPAC website with my help, but here's a more detailed explanation. Also, contrary to what michelb suggested, I do not claim to reside at a specific address; rather, I merely state that I do so from my own property. PS: It drives me crazy when people assume the worst. Anyway To the section on my property. ca Please sign in or create an account. Property owners, please enter your roll number and access key from your assessment roll. That will lead you to the data MPAC has collected about your house. Then click the "My Neighbourhood" link in the upper right corner. From there, you can use the lot plan to navigate to various locations in your immediate area, or you can use the search bar to enter an address to locate the property of your choice if it is located elsewhere. The lot size and most recent assessment of the property you've chosen will then be displayed. The following step is to mark that rental as a favorite. After that, the date and selling price of the most recent sale will be displayed below the assessed value in the favored listing. Thousands of real estate agents, real estate lawyers, the public record, and MPAC all have access to the selling price, so I don't see how MLS could have possibly claimed it was confidential information to begin with.

It's not like you're buying a computer from a single person and are given a secret discount in exchange for keeping the purchase quiet.

will do
Tonight, October 5th, at 7:38pm licenced Collector Obsessed With Purchasing Jul 3, 2011 6517 posts There were 3788 "likes" Thornhill

7:38 PM, October 5th, 2018

Dantey described his encounter with a $1 million-dollar home: It bothered me that the listing price was reduced from $2,000,000 to 0,000 after it had originally been $2,000,000.
Please provide the address.
On Friday, October 5th, at 7:46 PM krs [OP] Spending Addict User avatar Mar 28, 2005 7734 posts A total of 1858 votes were upvoted. Ontario town of Cornwall

Tuesday, October 5th, 2018 at 7:46 PM

It's important to keep in mind the following when using MPAC to track current selling prices: 1 Pricing is only adjusted quarterly, and 2 They only display sales data going back a few years, maybe 5 or so.

However, I found that to be very helpful for properties located outside major cities, where the only other source is a realtor.

At 10:52 on October 5th, 2018 dantey Addict in the World of Business Jul 14, 2002 2657 posts A total of 1295 people have voted positively.

At 10:52 on October 5th, 2018

Wednesday, October 5th, 2018 11:54 PM licenced Spending Addict Jul 3, 2011 6517 posts The resulting tally is 3788 votes in favor. Thornhill

At 11:54 PM on October 5th, 2018

The following is a quote from an article that Dantey authored: Click here: https://housesigma.com/web/house/xmZRW7... a-W3215299 to view this listing in its entirety:
Even though I do not have a membership to the site in question, I am sure you will not mind me asking for the address since this is all about freely accessible information.

thanks

At the stroke of midnight on October 6th, 2018 BoredAtWork Addict in the World of Sales Mar 28, 2011 1559 posts 1654 Votes (+) Toronto

Time: 12:33 AM, October 6th, 2018

Authorized to do so While I do not have access to the site in question, I am sure you will not mind me asking for the address since this is all about freely accessible data.

thanks

The address is given in the link's description: 5978 Aquarius Court, Mississauga.

For both the mobile and desktop versions, I can confirm it.

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