It will likely come as little surprise to Torontonians that house prices in many areas of the 6ix's downtown core and the GTA have risen in the last month. But never fear, because all hope is not lost! Average southern Ontario house prices have actually gone down over the last month in nine different cities and towns, even if that may seem too good to be true.\nThe Toronto Regional Real Estate Board released its market data for February 2020 in recent days and it makes for fascinating reading.\nMany renters and homebuyers are thought to be looking outside the city proper to find a place to call home. And while that can be a pain with factors such as a longer commute, it's a strategy that could save you some money in the long run.\nThe TRREB report noted that residential sales outside the GTA have soared by some 45.6% since February of 2019, which saw a 10-year sales low.\nYou might think that would lead to a hike in prices across the board.\nBut the TRREB February 2020 market watch reveals there are a select handful of areas in which prices have actually fallen over the last 30 days or so, since January's watch was released.\nSo, if you're looking to save some serious money on a new home, look no further.\nToronto Regional Real Estate Board's latest market video summarizes February’s Market Watch Report in less than 5 minutes. Watch video here:#TorontoRegionalRealEstateBoard #Marketwatch #FebruaryMarketWatchhttps://t.co/zaJzJI92ij— Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (@TheReal_TRREB) March 6, 2020\nCaledon\nJust slightly north of Brampton, Caledon is still considered part of the GTA but saw a decrease of $989,163 to $972,052 over the last month.\nEast Gwillimbury\nClose to Cook's Bay, just by Newmarket, this town saw a significant decrease from $833,129 to $800,765 from January's numbers.\nGeorgina\nLess than an hour drive away from Toronto, Georgina had a few thousand dollars knocked off. The average home here now costs just $574,453. Try finding that in the 6ix!\nBrock\nAlthough you'd have a fair bit of a commute as Brock is over an hour's drive from Toronto, the price is totally worth it. Particularly now that it's fallen by almost one-fifth from $586,940 to $502,742 since January's numbers\nPickering\nIt's literally 30 minutes away and the price has seen about a $14,000 decrease of $755,058 to $739,512. This is a totally viable option if you want to stay close.\nUxbridge\nThis township has seen the biggest monthly average drop. If you buy in Uxbridge now, compared to a month ago, you would save yourself an incredible $160,000 on average. The mean price is now just $818,889.\nEssa\nAnother significant decrease here takes Essa below the $600,000 on average. If you're willing to head a bit further north, you might want to consider this.\nInnisfil\nAnd shouts to Innisfil as a potential landing spot. After all, houses have decreased in price from $649,885 to under $600,000.\nNew Tecumseth\nFinally, you can move to New Tecumseth for around $3,000 less now than in January. This place will set you back around $641,000 on average.