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Real Estate Markets – Week Ending April 29th, 2018

Spring Weather Brings Inventory to Local Real Estate Markets

The newest installment of our weekly real estate markets update shows an uptick in new MLS listings! After weathering a Spring ice storm just two weeks ago we see that more houses for sale in Cambridge, Waterloo, Kitchener and Guelph have come to market. For a market hungry for more inventory buyers welcome any new listings.

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Waterloo & Wellington Region Real Estate Markets – MLS Listings Stats Breakdown

New Listings: 411

Sold Pending: 300

Sold Closed: 200

Cancelled & Expired: 95

Active Conditionally Sold & Not Showing: 138

Price Increase: 13

Price Decrease: 90

Back on Market: 26

Sunshine Brings Few More Listings To Real Estate Markets

For the week ending Sunday April 29th, 2018 our MLS Listings stats show an overall increase in volume. The Waterloo and Wellington region real estate markets had 411 New Listings, 26 more than the previous week. In addition our real estate market had 300 Sold Pending listings, 21 fewer than the week before. Conditionally sold listings for the past week totalled 138 compared to 142 the previous seven days. The spread between sold pending listings and new listings grew this past week. This means slightly more inventory for buyers!

To summarize the other stats our real estate market had 200 listings sold closed as well as 95 expired and cancelled listings. There were 103 listings with price changes compared to 85 the previous week.

Realtor’s Notes

The real estate market stats for the past seven days are in line with seasonal expectations. It is nice to see more inventory but our market has yet to receive a significant increase in available listings. We will remain in a seller’s market until we get more inventory or buyer demand cools significantly. Overall a fairly predictable week in the Waterloo and Wellington region real estate markets.


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