@loftsellers The 2017 TORONTO Loft sold rankings repoRt.

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Seasons Greetings from LoftSellers.ca and @loftsellers. 4700+ awesome loft followers and growing each week. Hope to hit 5000 in 2018. Not many others I know have this kind of following and I’m very thankful to you for your support. Very excited to have you reading this special report. Having prepared many reports for my smart loft buyers and sellers over the years, I’ve learned the importance of keeping it simple. I’ve seen the generic newsletters that go out to loft buildings and never wanted to be just another recycled flyer. This is just a 2 part overview of what I see each day. There is a lot more data and analysis involved in each customized report available by request. Including the errors I see daily on listings that can cost you dearly. Thankfully, you’ll never need to worry when buying or selling with me. Ps The one thing you can do to ensure your loft gets seen the right people? Register with me now if selling in 2018. I may already your ideal cash buyer signed and ready to bid which could make your selling process a lot simpler with a better result.

1. Top 10 Sold Lofts of 2017 are (to date & in no particular order). For more detailed data and analysis, email me for details.

  • Candy Factory Lofts x 2
  • One Columbus Lofts
  • Tip Top Lofts x 2
  • Fashion House Lofts
  • Parc Lofts
  • Claremont Lofts
  • Sixty Lofts

2. Loft Activity at a glance. Number of solds in 2017 and average sold price.

Candy Factory. 6 solds. $1.9M

Broadview Lofts. 10 solds. $907K.

Brewery Lofts. 5 solds. $1.2M

Tip Top Lofts. 15 solds. $956K

Mystic Pointe Lofts. 45 solds. $518k

Printing Factory Lofts. 19 solds. $676K

Garment Factory Lofts. 13 solds. $634K

Worklofts. 14 solds. $573K

Wondering where your loft or condo ranks on the list? Register here and I can tell you.


"Every Loft Tells A Story. I am the Storyteller.®"-Paul Indrigo

When it comes to loft spaces in Toronto, very few realize the significance they play in the formation of our city. From the first loft conversion in Toronto in the early 1980s to the creation of the most iconic spaces like the Candy Factory Lofts, The Merchandise Building Lofts, The Broadview Lofts, The Brewery Lofts & many more...I've been collecting their stories. As I've always said, I am the Storyteller. The only way you will hear them all is via my 10LoftsInADay™ tours for registered clients. These started in Leslieville with about 30 people lined up outside my first one and 1000s have joined me since. My Loft Stories are not on this or any website or any regurgitated version that others have tried to publish based on past versions of my sites.

4500+ & counting have joined my loft army. Are you next?

As a result of the popularity of these tours, I realized the best medium for them was twitter. @loftsellers was created thanks to an incredible client of mine who helped explain twitter to me back in 2009. I didn't understand that it was a place where people tell their own stories. Once I figured it out, I started adding places on my tours. The rest is loft history. Alrhough I understand that many of you are googling for data on your favourite lofts, I do feel the human element of this process will never be replaced. When you join my tours of lofts in the area you like, you'll hear stories of the building, the people who I've helped buy and sell there, celebrity stories and even a few unfiltered, not safe for work stories. You can't make a decision like this based on strictly regurgited website data. The proper analysis is critical.

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