Part 8 – It’s demand that drives Realty Prices – supply is a by-product of Price engendered Fear, Greed &/or Opportunity (what can I buy with that increase in $$) But … there is always a transitional lag – a delayed wave of perception of mkt shifts first felt by registrants, then by active buyers, then by pundits(using last months data) and then the general public.

InterActive Charts from Zammit Real Estate Inc.

https://zammit.com/charts

zammit march-1

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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  1. Pingback: Part 1 * 7 or 9 rarely-noted points that absolutely must be discussed re Toronto/GTA Real Estate 2018 – or we’ll never get anywhere. Not now … and not then … First of 5 sets of charts below and on 9 more numbered-posts | unclebobex

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