Residence costs to fall 3.3%
The Canadian Press – Nov 29, 2022 / 11:19 am | Story: 398889
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An aerial view of housing in Calgary is proven on June 22, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward
A brand new report predicts common dwelling sale costs in Canada will fall 3.3 per cent subsequent 12 months with the most important declines anticipated in Ontario and Western Canada the place some markets may even see costs fall 10 to fifteen per cent.
The report by Re/Max Canada made the forecast utilizing surveys of brokers and brokers from throughout the nation. Residence costs in Canada have fallen this 12 months as the true property market has cooled amid increased rates of interest which have elevated the price of mortgages for debtors.
Re/Max says 60 per cent of housing markets in Canada are anticipated to be in a balanced place in 2023, nevertheless some markets are anticipated to see bigger strikes in costs.
Costs in Kelowna, B.C., Nanaimo, B.C., and Durham, Ont., are predicted to drop 10 per cent in 2023, whereas costs in Barrie, Ont., are anticipated to fall 15 per cent.
Costs within the Better Toronto Space are estimated to fall 11.8 per cent, whereas Better Vancouver is anticipated to say no 5.0 per cent.
In the meantime, Calgary is anticipated to see a 7.0 per cent enhance in sale costs and Edmonton is forecast for a 3.0 per cent acquire. Halifax is anticipated to realize 8.0 per cent.