Canada's Real Estate Market
Canada'a Real Estate Market in 2007
Phil Soper, President of Royal LePage announced that Canada's real estate market posted significant gains in the fourth quarter of 2007 and showed little sign of the traditional seasonal slowdown. Mr. Soper said "As we move into the new year, activity levels are expected to wane from the frantic pace that many regions of the country experienced in 2007; however, average prices are expected to continue to rise, albeit at a much more moderate pace. Canadian buyers and sellers can expect healthy, balanced conditions in 2008 - the best environment for a strong and sustainable real estate market." Please click here to read the full release
The Royal LePage Survey of Canadian House Prices is the largest, most comprehensive study of its kind in Canada, with information on seven types of housing in over 250 neighbourhoods from coast to coast.