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More good news! Hamilton-Burlington residential real estate is expected to post a strong performance for this year. Demand remained solid across the board throughout much of the year, although inventory proved a challenge, particularly at the entry-level price points. With sellers firmly in the driver’s seat, the market experienced persistent upward pressure on pricing.
The construction sector remains a bright spot, with building permits on track to set another new record in 2013. More than $1.175 billion in building permits was issued in the first three quarters of 2013 alone. Spillover should continue into next year.
Renovations continued unabated, with plenty of money poured into older product. This trend is expected to gain momentum in 2014, with additions already commonplace.
Hamilton-Burlington is forecast to set a new record for annual home sales in 2014, with 14,300 units expected to change hands, an increase of 4.5 per cent. Average price should ease from 2013’s exceptional pace, but still exceed national house price appreciation, as values climb four per cent to push past the $400,000 threshold ($402,500).
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According to a recent report by the REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) listings and sales through October were higher by 9.4 per cent, when compared to last year same time. That represent around 1207 properties sold through the RAHB Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) system. “Listings and sales through October were better than last year for the same month and higher than the 10-year average for the month,” said RAHB CEO Ross Godsoe. “We continue to see lower inventory, which again translates into a seller’s market for the area in the month of October.”
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Some additional facts:
– The average sale price of $397,403 was an increase of 3.9 per cent over the previous October.
– There were 1730 properties listed in October, an increase of five per cent over October of last year.
– End-of-month listing inventory is 6.3 per cent lower than last year.
Read more here: http://www.rahb.ca/press/2013/131106statsreleaseOct.pdf
Lower commodity prices are expected to temper appreciation in coming months. The RE/MAX Market Trends Report: Farm Edition 2013, looking at the trends and developments in 17 rural communities throughout Canada, has found that limited inventory levels–reported in virtually all agricultural centres–continued to contribute to strong upward pressure on the price per acre in 88 per cent (15/17) of markets examined.
“Whether it’s owning, renting, investing, or securing farmland for residential purposes, it’s clear the market for Canadian farmland remains strong from many angles,” says Sandhu. “Regardless of purpose, motivation remains the single greatest common thread. The desire to bury money in the ground is clearly evident. The long-term confidence in the performance of Canadian farmland–from both an investment and agricultural perspective remains strong.”
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