In March, there was a 43.6 percent increase compared to last month and a decrease of 25.8 percent compared to home sales a year ago
“Numbers are down year over year, but the market is showing signs of warming up after the long winter”
Tony Schmidt, President of KWAR
March Sales Breakdown:
- 310 Detached Home Sales
- 136 Condominium Sales
- 40 Semi-Detached Home Sales
- 52 Freehold Townhouse Sales
The average sale price of all residential properties sold in March decreased 0.7 percent to $490,010 compared to March 2017.
Average Home Price:
- $582,851 Detached Homes
- $298,361 Apartment Style Condominiums
- $375,702 Townhomes
- $396,932 Semis
The median price of all residential properties sold in March increased 1.3 percent to $457,000.
Market recap from Tony Schmidt, President of KWAR:
“I think the flatter price acceleration we’re seeing is due to softer demand for higher-priced properties. The new stress test may be having the impact of slowing down aspiring move-up buyers, as well as making it more difficult for entry-level purchasers.”
The average time it took to sell a home in March was 19 days, compared to 14 days in March 2017.
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