What are home buying conditions currently like across Canada? The latest data out from the Canadian Real Estate Association paints a picture of stability, as sales and prices remain relatively unchanged from last year.
If you were waiting for home prices to drop before buying, you may have missed your chance. There was a slight cooling period through 2018 and even earlier this year, but according to a new study, prices are on the rise.
TREB released its monthly resale housing market figures, announcing that 8,860 sales were reported through the MLS system. When looking at the first half of the year, home sales are up 8.5% and new listings increased by less than 1%.
Less than a year ago, the Supreme Court rejected the Toronto Real Estate Board’s appeal to prevent brokerages and real estate agents from publishing sold data online. Now a whole crop of “proptech” companies have launched.
The Canadian Real Estate Association released its housing figures for last month, reporting that sales on a national level increased 3.6% month-over-month, based on transactions reported through Canadian MLS systems.
In April, there were 9,042 home sales in the Greater Toronto Area reported through the MLS system, which is 16.8% higher than the same period last year. This is also 11.3% higher than the amount of sales in March 2019.