COVID-19 is drastically changing Toronto's real estate market and, given the latest data, it's easy to see why. \nAccording to Statistics Canada, people have been fleeing the city to find their forever homes.\nEditor's Choice: Schitt's Creek Just Dropped A Self-Titled Music Video & It's The Best Thing Ever\n\n\n\n\n$619,548\n\n\nAverage home price in Brock, Ontario\n\n\n\nThis move, Zoocasa reported on Thursday, could be saving you tons of money. \nIn a report, Zoocasa states that Toronto condo apartment sales have dropped 12% since the pandemic started.\nHowever, the city is still an expensive place to live. Condo prices in Toronto saw a 3% increase, bringing the average price to $662,959. \nHomes in central Toronto sold at an average of nearly $2.1 million. \nHowever, some surrounding areas in the GTA are still offering more bang for your buck. \n\nBrock, Ontario saw an average sale price of $619,548 between April to December of 2020, making the spot over $1.4 million cheaper than the downtown 6ix area. \nThe report also stated that Simcoe saw the most growth of any GTA municipality, with a 21% increase in housing sales between April and December 2020 compared to the same time the previous year. \nThis bumped the average price for a house in Simcoe up to $766,083, which is still significantly cheaper than the 6ix.