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Montreal Market Highlights September 2020

Montreal Market Highlights September 2020

Montreal Market Highlights September 2020

Montreal Market Highlights September 2020 as a continued sellers market. According to Centris, “With an average selling time of only 46 days in the Montreal area, a new record has been broken for a month of September, reflecting extremely tight market conditions in favour of sellers, including for properties that are less desirable in normal times.”

The Island of Montreal had a 28 per cent rise in sales, surpassing Vaudreuil-Soulanges (+22 per cent) this month.

September 2020 real estate market MontrealIn September, with inventories remaining low, sales across the Montreal CMA for single family homes posted the largest jump in sales at 47% . Sales of condominiums saw an increase of 39% and plexes 27%.

All three categories set new records in price. The median price for single family homes increased by 21% to $430,00.00. The median price for condominiums reached $318,000 and plexes, $610,000.

Inventories remained low with a 16% decrease since last year. The one area that showed  a very significant increase in active listings were condominiums on the Island of Montreal (+41 per cent)

Click here to see the full report and September stats for Quebec 

 

Montreal Island Real Estate Report September 2020-5 (1)

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