Compared with Toronto and Vancouver’s overheated real estate markets, Regina’s resale housing market was as cool as a cucumber in July, posting 1.1 per cent growth in prices for the year to date and 1.5 per cent growth in sales during the same period, the Canadian Real Estate Association said in a news release Monday. 376 more words
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Canadian Real Estate Association says home sales volume down 1.3% in July, with Vancouver responsible for the cooling
OTTAWA — The Canadian Real Estate Association says July marked the third consecutive month of fewer home sales, as the Vancouver market slowed.
The association said Monday the number of transactions fell 1.3 per cent nationally between June and July, as more than half of all markets tracked showed declines in July — including Greater Vancouver and the nearby Fraser Valley, which slipped 6.7 per cent and 14.0 per cent, respectively. 375 more words
OTTAWA — The Canadian Real Estate Association says July marked the third consecutive month of fewer housing sales.
The association says the number of transactions fell 1.3 per cent nationally between June and July. 81 more words
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About half of Canadian housing markets saw cooling sales in June, even red-hot Vancouver where low inventory is affecting the volume of activity.
The Ottawa-based Canadian Real Estate Association, which represents about 100 boards across the country, said sales through the Multiple Listing Service system were down 0.9 per cent in June from May on a seasonally adjusted basis. 454 more words