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HomeWealth ManagementReport drop for Canadian residence value index in August

Report drop for Canadian residence value index in August


The HPI’s earlier largest fall was in July 2010 (1.3%) however final month’s knowledge was distinctive as all however three of the CMAs surveyed posted a decline.

The index peaked in Might 2022 and is down greater than 4% since with Hamilton (-10.5%), Halifax (-8.7%), and Toronto (-8.3%) the most important drags.

The month-to-month declines have been led by Hamilton (-5.4%), Ottawa-Gatineau (-3.8%), Halifax (-3.6%) and Toronto (-3.5%), with positive factors for Calgary (+1.3%), Edmonton (+2.8%), and Lethbridge, which isn’t coated within the composite CMA (+2.6%).

Analysts on the index anticipate it to be 10-15% decrease than its peak by the tip of 2023, assuming a peak 4% coverage charge from the Financial institution of Canada which is lowered within the second half of subsequent yr.

A current RE/MAX Canada report reveals that there are nonetheless pockets of value positive factors even inside wider market declines.

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