In its Metro Resale Snapshot
, the organization predicts that those markets will increase by seven per cent, closely followed by Victoria, Vancouver, St. Catharines and Trois-Rivières, with between five and 6.9 per cent rises; Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, Kingston, Montréal and Québec City, with between three and 4.9 per cent increases; and Edmonton, Sudbury, London, Windsor, Ottawa, Gatineau and Halifax, with rises of between zero and 2.9 per cent.
Declines are expected for Calgary, Regina, Saskatoon, Saguenay, Saint John and cities in Newfoundland.
Looking at the data for September 2015, the Conference Board’s report notes that there was a monthly decrease in 17 out of 28 metros, with Toronto and Vancouver suffering low supply as part of the reason for the slip.
Listings were down in 17 markets but the sales-to-listings ratio rose in 14 areas.
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The Fraser Valley, Toronto, Oshawa, Hamilton and Sherbrooke are the markets expected to see the largest short-term year-over-year MLS price increases, according to a new report by the Conference Board of Canada.