Part 5(ii) 905 vs 416 — A closer look (5 yrs) at the Price Dichotomy

Updated July 11, 2018

Prices in 905 vs 416

NB this is July 2018 TREB Data

Please also look at the 2002-2018 charts in the Two Solitudes post Part 5(i)

 

about 50% MORE sales at lower Ave $$ are pulling the Overall down

90c since 2012 416 905 PRICES-JUNE2018

Sales in 905 vs 416

Again –these # are NOT ACCOUNTING for (at least 600/mth) Conditional Sales of May 2018 (over 1175 were ‘arranged’) that were rarely-possible to arrange in Seller’s Market Boom of 2017

NB this is July 2018 TREB

 

90c-since2012-416-905-SALES-JUNE2018-

 

Part 1 — 7 or 9 rarely-noted points that absolutely must be discussed

Part 2 *Inventory, New Listings, Days on Market, Months of Inventory & Sales as%

Part 3 * More about Point of View – using The School Year Sept 1-Aug 31, 

Part 4 *Why didn’t we Stop the Boom before it Busted?

Part 5(i) * -The Two Solitudes of the GTA/GGHA

Part 5(ii) 905 vs 416 — A closer look (5 yrs) at the Price Dichotomy

Part 6 * Inflation & Interest Rates – Friend or Foe? 

Part 7 * The Adjustment Lag – the 3-phased time it takes 

Part 8 It’s demand that drives Realty Prices – supply is a by-product of Price engendered Fear, Greed &/or Opportunity 

Part 9 (and again in Late March of 2018) I’ve been wondering about the “Hot Market” Sales Spikes that occurred in Q1 of 1991 & 1994

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7 thoughts on “Part 5(ii) 905 vs 416 — A closer look (5 yrs) at the Price Dichotomy

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