Real Estate Market 2019 Waterloo Region Annual Report

Waterloo, Cambridge, Kitchener Real Estate Market 2019 Overview

The Waterloo Region real estate market 2019 experienced another year of growth in many key stats. This blog post will review the key market statistics for the entire Waterloo Region. From there we will compare the performance of the Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge markets in 2019 to the past years’ numbers. Furthermore we will comment on important trends and metrics that may help indicate what we can expect in the coming months in the Waterloo region real estate market.

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Waterloo Region Real Estate Overall Market Review 2019

There were 8,106 total sales in 2019 throughout Waterloo Region across all market segments. That represents a 3.6% increase in the number of sales from 2018. Of those 8,106 sales 62.6% were single family homes and 37.4% were townhouse/condo sales. Below are the key market stats for the entire Waterloo Region.

  • Median sale price $490,00 UP 10.1% from $445,00 in 2018
  • Average sale price $527,699 UP 9.2% from $483,037 in 2018
  • Average Days on Market 23 Days DOWN 4.2% from 24 in 2018
  • Percentage of Listing Price Received 101.5% UP from 100.9% in 2018
  • Months Supply of Inventory was 1.5 UP from 1.4 in 2018 *Rolling 12 month average across all market segments

Cambridge Real Estate Market 2019

There were 2,187 total sales in Cambridge in 2019, up 9.8% from 2018. Median sale price increased to $475,00 in 2019 from $440,00 in 2018. The average sale price in Cambridge increased to $500,422
(rolling 12 month average) in 2019 from $470,129 in 2018.

The percentage of listing price received increased to 101.1% in 2019, up from 100.4% in 2019. In Cambridge there was just 0.5 months supply of inventory at the end of 2019 and the average days on market was 21 days.

Kitchener Real Estate Market 2019

There were 3,704 total sales in Kitchener over 2019, up 3.6% from 2018. Median sale price across all market segments in Kitchener was $475,00 in 2019, up 10.5% from 2018. The average sale price was $499,282
(rolling 12 month average) in 2019 up 9.3% from 2018.

In Kitchener the average percentage of listing price in 2019 was 101.9%, up from 101.4% in 2018. There was 0.6 months of supply in Kitchener at the end of 2019 compared to 1 month of supply one year ago. Listings in the Kitchener real estate market experienced an average of 21 days on market throughout 2019.

Waterloo Real Estate Market 2019

There were 1,601 sales in Waterloo during 2019, down 4.9% from 2018. The median sale price was $525,00 in 2019, up 11.7% from 2018. In Waterloo the average sale price in 2019 was $562,088 (rolling 12 month average), up 11.1% from 2018.

Waterloo listings sold for 101.2% of listing price on average throughout 2019, up from 100.1% in 2018. There was 0.7 months supply of inventory at the end of 2019 and the average days on market was 25 days throughout 2019.

Realtor Notes
2019 Review & 2020 Thoughts

  • Very strong buyer competition below $600,000
  • Low supply and high demand market-wide
  • Development and redevelopment continue
  • Parking supply in city centres starting to diminish
  • Sustained interest rates

A significant trend we noticed in 2019 was a significant drop in available listings priced at $600,000 and under across all market segments. This is partly because of the aggressive price growth in Waterloo Region over the past few years pushing average prices higher. This trend, and aggressive price growth in the lower price ranges is fueled by strong buyer demand and lack of new inventory coming to market. Pre-construction options under under $600,00 in Waterloo region typically consist of townhomes or condo options, not single detached properties. Low market supply and high buyer demand is expected to continue in Waterloo region.

Development in Waterloo region continues but buyer demand continues to outpace new supply. Intense redevelopment in the downtown Kitchener and Uptown Waterloo areas has continued and gotten more aggressive throughout 2019. Expect this trend to continue in the coming years. With that we have notice parking in the city centres of Waterloo, Kitchener and Cambridge has increasingly become a problem for local businesses and for buyers moving into condos in these locations.

Finally, interest rates have remained low for another year. Throughout 2019 key interest rates and mortgage rates remained fairly steady. Additional regulations we not introduced in 2019 to help cool buyer demand either. If interest rates remain low, and additional regulations are not introduced, expect the financing side of the market to continue to support strong buyer demand.

Looking forward to 2020 we expect these trends to continue. There is low inventory across all market segments, especially under $600,000. New units can’t reach market quick enough to catch up with buyer demand. Financing rates are still historically low as well. Our market conditions support the trend that competition will continue to be strong and prices are likely to continue to rise.

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MLS Listings Review October 2018

MLS Listings Review October 2018

In review of MLS listings numbers for October 2018 we will share what prices and inventory are doing the Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph real estate markets. To compare similar numbers to earlier this year and the same time last year check the visuals below and our previous blog post.

Real Estate Inventory Numbers

Months of inventory is the number of active listings on the market in the previous month divided by the number of sales that month. This metric is key to determining the amount of available listings there are in our local real estate markets. October 2018 had just under 2.5 months of inventory in the major market centers Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph. This is still about half of the amount of available listings we would need to even see a balanced market. Low inventory signals that buyers do not have a lot of options and the seller’s market will continue. Low inventory levels also supports price growth.


MLS Listings Price Numbers

Are prices going down? What prices does this type of place sell for? Are listings still selling in multiple offers? Comments and questions on prices are the most common things we hear from our network.

Prices are not going down and yes some listings are still selling in multiples. We are still in a competitive market for buyers, especially anything in the lower 400’s and under. As you can see in the graphic here the average price of residential listings in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph was $475,268. The average sale price has fluctuated around 1-2.5% of October’s average sale price for the better part of the last 5 months.

The average of the monthly prices for residential listings was $461,967 in 2017 and $479,908 so far in 2018. This is a 3.58% increase compared to 2017 prices.

What You Need to Know as a Buyer – Realtor Notes

For buyers we encourage looking at opportunities to purchase within the next three months for two main reasons. First, interest rates are likely to increase again in 2019. Get in before it becomes more expensive for you. Check out how interest rate increases can affect your mortgage HERE. Second, Although inventory is historically low we have noticed that competition has softened slightly. This is fairly common for this time of the year but recent increases to interest rates and media/market sentiment shifting towards price uncertainty is revealing more opportunities for savvy buyers than usual. Contact me directly or check out our Facebook page for buyer resources, search tools and updated listings.

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MLS Waterloo Region Real Estate Market Update – September 2018

MLS Waterloo Region Stats

2018 third quarter is in the books! This month in review of MLS Waterloo Region stats we are going to quickly review price trends and inventory. In addition we are going to discuss what trends we can expect for Q4 relating to buyers, sellers and investors.


Prices, Days on Market & Inventory Numbers

In September we saw properties move a little bit more quickly with average days on market at 17 compared to 19 in August. We will traditionally see more closings in August as those buyers and sellers will be moving before the school year. September usually has more sales compared to August as buyers and sellers that are trying to move before Winter starts will look to make that happen in early Fall.

Note the median listing price saw a slight increase from August to September hitting that $500,000 mark! In summary, we saw properties sell a little quicker and listing price was slightly higher than in August.


Inventory numbers saw slight increases as well. Inventory increased to just over 2.5 months. This is great news for the overall health of our markets but not enough to really “move the needle” into a more balanced market. Waterloo region is still in a sellers market and we have not seen a balanced market since 2015..






Realtor Remarks – Q4 Expectations

Here at Prime Properties Ontario we watch weekly and monthly market stats to keep updated on key market trends. Here are a few key points to consider:

  • Healthy number of new listings came up in September, expect some more for October
  • Prices holding steady – ticking upwards even!
  • Most listings are not holding off on offers
  • Deals to be had for buyers

September and the first few days of October we have seen an uptick in new listings as sellers push to get their home on the market and sold before buyers disappear for the Winter. Compared to the past 12-18 months we have seen more and more great deals for buyers come up in the past 30-60 days. We expect there to be good value for buyers and investors as we get into Q4. Note, average prices will continue to trend upwards so sellers can still take advantage of that. We typically see more motivated sellers, and less competition in the later months of the calendar year. This presents great opportunities for buyers and investors!


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Waterloo Region Real Estate Market Update – August 2018

Real Estate Inventory, Sales Volume & Prices

August 2018 is in the books, so where are our real estate markets at? In our latest blog post we are taking a look into inventory numbers, sales volume, and price trends. Our goal is to keep you on the forefront of our real estate markets. By monitoring key stats and indicators we will determine where our markets are at now, and where they are heading.

MLS Listings Monthly Stats – Waterloo Region August 2018

Below is a standard “monthly stats” chart for the past 12 months. We monitor this chart on a month-by-month basis to get clarity on the direction and speed in which our markets our heading. We can see that the median days to sell increased from 13 to 16 from July to August this year. Looking at the blue line we can see that prices remained similar over the past 4 months with an upwards trend in the first few days of September 2018. This chart is a great starting point to see how long properties are typically on the market before they sell firm and if the prices homes are selling for is changing.


Competition in Waterloo Region Real Estate

For the residents of Waterloo Region the real estate markets over past two years has been a very intense experience. Properties selling in multiples, in a few days or even just a few hours like last spring is something our markets have not seen for many years. This competitive landscape has a lot of homeowners opting to stay at their current home to avoid the stress and worry of competing. When monitoring competition, especially for those considering buying and selling in a competitive market, list-to-sale price ratio is a great tool!

The chart below shows the ratio of the listing price to the price a property actually sold for. Note that this is an average of all listings in the Waterloo Region over the last 12 months. Ever property, situation and seller is different and there are different strategies for listing and selling property. Overall, if the average listing to sale price ratio is above 100%, we can assume that there is very strong competition. For reference, any List/Sale price ratio above 99% is historically strong. For additional context, review the blog post from June 2018 here we explain this key market statistic relating to Spring 2017.

Inventory & Sales – August 2018

Below is a chart displaying the number of listings sold and months of inventory in for the past 5 years. In August 2018 there were 671 Listings sold. As of August 31st Waterloo Region had just under two months of inventory. Months of inventory measure how long it would take for any market to run out of available properties if no new listings came to market. To put our current inventory levels into perspective, anything between 0-4 months is considered a “seller’s market”. Inventory levels between 4-6 months is a “balanced market”, and 6 months+ is a “buyer’s market”.

Looking back we see that we have not had 4+ months of inventory since Spring/Summer 2014.. yikes. We also see seasonal trends in our marketplace. Blue peaks in Winter and Summer months while green drops. This shows that we have more inventory available in off season months and fewer sales being made.

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Houses For Sale Cambridge, Waterloo, Kitchener & Guelph Monthly Update

MLS Listings Stats – July 2018

The unofficial closing season has since passed with the Canada day and August long weekend behind us. Does that mean there are more houses for sale? Are prices going to drop? Are there lots of homes on the market? Answers to these questions and more below!


More Houses for Sale in Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo & Guelph Markets?

Our communities are still talking about the wild Spring market of 2017! Will prices fall? When will more inventory come? If you find yourself asking yourself these questions you are not alone. Let’s face it, we had a CRAZY spring market in 2017. A market where prices went higher and faster than previously thought possible. Since then real estate markets have been hit with mortgage regulations, rising interest rates and a real shift in how buyers and sellers view real estate markets in our community.

At Prime Properties Ontario we value statistics over opinion. We encourage everyone to do some research, ask some hard questions, and consider the underlying variables that affect your local real estate market.



The city of Cambridge has held above 350 Active listings since April 2018. In comparison between the active listings count from 2017 we are looking at fairly comparable number of listings. With no noticeable trends upwards, or downwards so far in 2018 we can expect our Cambridge market to remain a seller’s market for now.






The number of active listings in Kitchener has remained close to the 500-550 active listings since March 2018. In comparison to Spring/Summer 2017 the number of active listings is not significantly different. We can also see that we have experienced a slight downward trend in the number of houses for sale since May 2018. If this trend continues, and become more rapid than the typical seasonal trends, it may put more pressure on buyers to scoop up properties quicker.



The city of Waterloo has had more than 500 active listings on the board since April 2018. This is the most in well over a year! What’s the deal?! The most likely cause is the construction of more properties. With the completion of some major condo projects and communities in the Vista Hills, Laurelwood and Uptown neighborhoods there has been more new build units on the market. Since May 2018 inventory has slid, this is expected as volume of active listings is highest in the Spring.



The City of Guelph active inventory has fluctuated the most compared to the other 3 major markets in our areas. While fluctuating between 300 and 475 active listings in the Spring of 2017 the Guelph market also saw extremely low level of active listings in ealy 2017 and 2018. With the number of active listings staying below 200 units from January 2017 to May, and hitting that mark again in December 2017. 200 Active listings for a market the size of Guelph is LOW. With such little selection and demand for real estate so high it is no wonder Guelph experienced such aggressive jumps in prices.


Realtor Commentary

To summarize our local markets underlying statistics have not changed dramatically since 2017. Inventory in each of the largest market centers is comparable what we saw last year. What does that mean for prices though?  Stay tuned for Waterloo region and Wellington county price data! Join us on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/primepropertieson for updated market stats, the best resources an listings updates. Drop a comment if you want to see a specific topic or get connected with automatic blog or social media updates.

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Real Estate Market – May 2018

Month in Review – More Homes For Sale

This week we will review the real estate market for the past week and the month of May 2018, spoiler, there are more homes for sale! On a week-to-week basis tracking new listings, sold pending and conditionally sold listings gives great insight into the current state of the market. Reviewing monthly numbers helps give perspective on how our current market compares to previous season or months. Below are the weekly stats followed by some additional numbers and commentary to help you stay in touch with our local real estate markets.

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

New Listings: 418

Sold Pending: 348

Sold Closed: 439

Cancelled & Expired: 159

Active Conditionally Sold & Not Showing: 175

Price Increase: 8

Price Decrease: 121

Back on Market: 40

MLS Listings Weekly Review

MLS Data shows fewer new listings and more sold pending listings that the previous week. There were 418 new listings and 348 sold pending listings last week compared to 459, and 275 the previous week. In addition, there were 439 sold closed last week compared to 153 the previous week. This is fairly common to see significantly more closings at the end of the month, especially in the Spring and Summer months. It is also important to note that there were 121 price decreases, up from 95 last week. Heads up bargain shoppers! We can expect more and more price decreases in June/July as motivated sellers try and get a done deal prior to the end of the Summer.

May 2018 Monthly Review & Realtor’s Notes


Reviewing weekly numbers is a great way to stay in-tune with our real estate markets. We also want to help our community gain perspective as well. Below is a overview of the inventory of active listings in Waterloo and Wellington region for the past 5 years.


Taking a quick look at the graph we can see the sharp decline in active listings in July 2016. This was the last time our markets had over 2,500 active listings. This was the beginning of the wild market that was 2017..

In May 2018 our markets had 2,533 active listings which is the most we have seen since Jun 2016 (2,698 active listings) and almost 500 more active listings than May 2017 (2,071). This is an encouraging sign and is pointing towards a more balanced market than we have seen in almost 2 years. If there are homes for sale in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph will reduce the competition between buyers.

A question we get a lot is “Are prices going to decrease?”. The short answer is “We don’t have a crystal ball”. Our view on the market is that there are always opportunities available, sometimes it is just harder to find them. In the short term will prices decrease? Not likely. We expect prices to continue to slowly increase throughout 2018. Inventory has increased but there are not enough available listings to meet buyer demand in our regions.

Have some real estate questions? Want to see other stats? Let us know what we can share to help you! Drop us a comment or contact us.


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Real Estate Market Update – MLS Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph May 27th, 2018

MLS Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph Stats

Data for MLS Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph shows an increase in new listings compared to last week. New listings jumped from 347 the previous week to 459 in the past 7 days. MLS Listings stats shows a total of 1355 active listings in the Waterloo Region and 562 in the Wellington region. Below is the breakdown of the past week in real estate and analysis on what we are seeing in the Waterloo and Wellington region real estate markets.

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

New Listings: 459

Sold Pending: 275

Sold Closed: 153

Cancelled & Expired: 110

Active Conditionally Sold & Not Showing: 168

Price Increase: 26

Price Decrease: 95

Back on Market: 37

MLS Listings Analysis – More Inventory But Not Enough

MLS Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph experienced an increase of 112 new listings in the past week moving up from 347 to 459. As noted in previous posts this is mainly due to the May long weekend as sellers typically bring their home to market a week or two before, or after, the holiday weekend. Sold pending listings were 275 compared to 251 the week prior, an increase of just 24. This widens the gap and provides slightly more inventory for the active buyers out there but not enough to sway from our current seller’s market to a buyer’s market.

In addition to the key metrics MLS listings stats show very comparable numbers for conditionally sold listings and properties that made price changes. Last week our real estate markets had 145 conditionally sold listings compared to 168 this past week. As well, there were 107 listings that had price changes two weeks ago compared to 121 that either increased or decreased their listing price.

Realtor’s Notes

Waterloo and Wellington region real estate markets keep chugging along matching seasonal norms and expectations. We are still in a seller’s market with listings selling in 25 days on average (compared to just 17 days the same time last year). For the last 18-24 months listings have sold quicker than historical averages which makes it even more difficult for inventory to catch up and pushes prices higher. To compare, the media listing price for properties in Waterloo and Wellington region in April 2017 was $439,000 compared to $479,900 in April 2018. Average days on market is a great indication on how quickly listings are moving and overall competition for buyers. As well, median price on a month-to-month basis is a great tool for buyers and sellers to keep tabs on the overall price trends for the real estate market.

For buyers looking to get into the market review our previous Buying Smart Guide. We also discuss selling and investing in real estate regularly on our Facebook Page with great links, tips and conversation to help our friends in the community navigate our rapidly changing real estate markets. Is there a topic or question you want covered? Leave us a comment or get in touch!



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Real Estate Market Update – MLS Listings May 22nd, 2018

MLS Listings Waterloo & Wellington Region

Taking a look at real estate data for the past week there were just 347 new listings in the Waterloo and Wellington region markets. This is down from 491 in the second week of May. As noted in last weeks market update blog post a decline in new listings the week of a holiday long weekend is typical. View the market watch real estate stats and commentary below for full details!

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

New Listings: 347

Sold Pending: 251

Sold Closed: 204

Cancelled & Expired: 112

Active Conditionally Sold & Not Showing: 145

Price Increase: 19

Price Decrease: 88

Back on Market: 48

MLS Data Shows Long Weekend Slowdown in New Listings

Our real estate markets showed fewer new houses for sale in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph and surrounding markets than the previous week. With 347 new listings, compared to 491 the week before our market saw 144 less new properties hit the board. As noted in last week’s commentary a decline was expected due to the Victoria Day long weekend. It is important to note this is typical for long weekends and holidays. Expect a significant increase in more new listings coming to market this week and next as we reach the unofficial mid-point of our Spring market.

In review of other key market data there were comparable numbers of sold pending listings with 251 this past week versus 270 the week before. Note, an increase in sold closed listings from 137 two weeks ago compared to 204 this past week. This is in line with market norms of more closings happening prior to long weekends/holidays as well as at the beginning and end of each month. Finally, there were similar amounts of listings that experienced price changes and were conditionally sold compared to seasonal norms and the past few weeks.

Realtor’s Notes

There have been no real surprises in the past few weeks of MLS Listings data. Waterloo & Wellington region are experiencing low inventory but are far less competitive than this time last year. That being said, new listing and overall active listing inventory still remains low enough that we remain in a seller’s market. Until we see more new listings coming to market on a consistent basis the Waterloo and Wellington regions will remain in a sellers’ market.

Look for a flood of new listings coming to market this week and next. Typically after long weekends in the Spring and Summer sellers’ have used the extra time off to prepare their home for market.

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Real Estate Market Update – May 13th, 2018 More Houses for Sale!

Houses for Sale in Waterloo & Wellington Region

Spring continues to bring more houses for sale to market in Kitchener, Cambridge, Waterloo and Guelph! MLS listings stats show a notable increase in new listings for the second week of May. Additional inventory is still welcome in the Waterloo and Wellington region real estate markets, both of which have been in sellers’ markets for extended periods of time now. Even though more inventory is coming to market we can expect competition to remain tight amongst buyers. Check out the MLS listings stats breakdown and realtor commentary below for more information!

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

New Listings: 491

Sold Pending: 270

Sold Closed: 137

Cancelled & Expired: 101

Active Conditionally Sold & Not Showing: 162

Price Increase: 17

Price Decrease: 102

Back on Market: 31

Boost to New Listings Means More Houses for Sale

Comparing the second week of May 2018 to the first week, our markets had a larger net increase to inventory! MLS Listings stats show 491 new listings in the past seven days. This compared to 437 new listings that came to market the previous week. It is also important to note the number of sold pending listings which was 270 this past week. That is comparable to 283 new listings just one week prior. Reviewing these two key metrics shows that the Waterloo and Wellington real estate markets had a net increase (New listings minus sold pending listings) of 221 listings this week compared to 154 in the first week of May 2018. A net increase indicated more inventory for buyers.

To summarize other key market stats Waterloo and Wellington region real estate markets had very comparable numbers of conditionally sold listings as well as listings that made price adjustments and came back to market. Note that there was a significant drop in sold close listings. This is fairly standard as we typically see a larger volume of close listings the first week of every month between May and September.

Realtor’s Notes

More new listings means more homes for sale in Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Guelph!  Now we are in the thick of the Spring market and Sellers are rushing to list their homes. A similar story on the buyer side of the market as more and more buyers are becoming active as the spring market hits full stride. We are approaching a significant holiday in the May long weekend. Typically fewer listings come to market over the long weekend as southern ontario residence flock to cottage country and family gatherings for the first holiday of the Spring. Expect a large increase in new listings for the weeks following this coming holiday.


If you are navigating the spring market and have questions drop us a comment or get in touch via the contact page on our website! Let us show you how we find great value for our buyers and maximize returns for our sellers with our proven systems and models.

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Real Estate Market Update – Week Ending May 6th, 2018

May Market: Spike in New Listings & Closings

New listings increased in the past week to start May off with a bang! Local real estate markets have more houses for sale in Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Guelph providing some more opportunity for buyer’s. As we approach the middle of the Spring market our real estate markets have spiked in new listings and sold closed listings. This is mainly do to the seasonality of our southern Ontario markets with late-winter buyer’s moving into their new homes, and sellers bringing their home to market during peak shopping time for buyers!

Are you considering making a move? Check out our buying smart series for buyer tips: https://primepropertieson.com/real-estate/buying-smart-series-march-2018/ . Selling or wants some tips? Head to our Facebook page where we are posting great content reviewing our Spring Seller Series: https://www.facebook.com/pg/primepropertieson/posts!

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

New Listings: 437

Sold Pending: 283

Sold Closed: 433

Cancelled & Expired: 161

Active Conditionally Sold & Not Showing: 143

Price Increase: 17

Price Decrease: 107

Back on Market: 31

Local Markets Match Seasonal Trends

Here in the Waterloo and Wellington real estate markets we saw a slight increase in new listings and a significant jump in Sold Closed properties. New listings increased from 411 to 437 where sold close properties jumped from 200 to 433. The slight increase in new listings is in line with seasonal trends. Now that we are in May and the weather is more cooperative we should continue to see over 400 new listings hit the board on a weekly basis. The large increase in sold closed properties is fairly standard for the first week of a new month in the spring and summer. We can expect that number to drop to the 200’s until the first weekend of June (which is also Canada Day long weekend, traditionally the busiest day for residential real estate closings each year).

In addition our markets experienced a decreased of 17 sold pending listings from 300 to 283. There were a comparable number of price adjusted listings and conditionally sold properties as well. Nothing noteworthy to report there!

Realtor’s Notes

We can expect more listings to hit the board this week, and possibly next week as sellers rush to bring their home to market before May long weekend. During the Spring and Summer months there is typically a jump in new listings a week before, and the week after a long weekend. In Summary we are in a sellers market. We will will continue to be until we see a significant jump in listings inventory.