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Canada 6-City Housing & the Plunge-O-Meter

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Posted by Brian Ripley's Canadian Real Estate Charts

on Friday, 25 August 2017 09:30

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The chart above shows the average detached housing prices for Vancouver*, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto*, Ottawa* and Montréal* (the six Canadian cities with over a million people each) as well as the average of the sum of VancouverCalgary and Toronto condo (apartment) prices on the left axis. ​On the right axis is the seasonally adjusted annualized rate (SAAR) of MLS® Residential Sales across Canada (one month lag).

 ​​In July 2017 Toronto metro SFD prices took another big step down erasing the price gains of 2017. Vancouver prices continue to defy gravity in all residential sectors; FOMO and speculative pricing has not been dampened yet. Anyone owning a detached house in the scorching hot Vancouver market is sitting on an unredeemed lottery ticket.​

In Calgary prices are labouring under the new Energy Sector 2.0 as the oil majors head for blacker fields; big money is fleeing Canada and has been for nearly 20 years, and on the street, Calgary buyers are avoiding condo units in favour of townhouses and detached properties.

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The Plunge-O-Meter tracks the dollar and percentage losses from the peak and projects when prices might find support.


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