Real Estate Services

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Properties for Sale

Chapter 213 (PDF, 172 KB) of the City of Toronto Municipal Code constitutes the City’s policy with respect to its sale and other disposition of land.

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Purchasing City property

Industrial, commercial, institutional and substantial residential properties are listed with one of the brokers selected from the Roster of Brokers, established in 2012 and valid for a period of 3 years.

"Ordinary" residential and miscellaneous vacant or small parcels are usually listed with a qualified broker from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) (PDF, 241 KB) district in which the property is located, selected on a lottery basis.

Current listings

No properties currently listed.