23 Sep Best Performing Sectors Of The Real Estate Market
Best Performing Sectors Of The Real Estate Market
The best performing sectors of the real estate market reveal a strong and growing industrial property market. Revenue property is also maintaining high demand. Sales across the residential sector have slowed with the advent of increasing interest rate hikes. More inventory is coming on the market but we’ll have to keep an eye on how things continue to unfold.
Commercial real estate has to adjust to changes in a post covid world. Check out the PWC report on commercial trends.
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Although gas prices have come down a bit, inflation is blatantly visible. There are substantial price hikes in groceries, in fact I can see that in just a few months the price of some items have increased by 50%!
The Montreal market does not compare to Toronto or Vancouver’s in terms of price and volume. Both of those markets have substantially higher price points and sales volume. Here’s a look at some of the stats across Canada
Home sales recorded over Canadian MLS® Systems edged down a slight 1% between July and August 2022. While this was the sixth consecutive month-over-month decline in housing activity, it was the smallest of the six as the national sales slowdown triggered by rising interest rates continues to moderate.
A Snapshot of Sales in Montreal
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Some real estate sales data from August
A sample of just one of the recent industrial deals in Montreal
Industrial project will be aided by arrival of Kirkland’s new REM station, just west of Rosefellow project. Construction will soon begin on a major new industrial development at the busy corner of Highway 40 and St. Charles Blvd. in Kirkland.
The economic outlook according to National Bank