Teranet /NatBank’s August (lagged) results indicate that “Up” is the trend we should expect now

    Month/Month https://housepriceindex.ca/2019/11/october2019/   Yr over Yr Despite October’s drop, the composite index has strengthened over the last six months after weakness in the previous six months, a history reflected in a cumulative gain of only 1.0% for the 12 months ending in October. That, however, amounts to a third consecutive acceleration. The 12-month…

The Case for 9 New Provinces – 65.8% live in 26 CDN Census Agglomerations (look it up) – Urban+Suburban vs ExUrban+Rural makes the most sense today

I googled the List of Canadian provinces and territories by population and the List of census metropolitan areas and agglomerations in Canada and the subtracted the populations of the 26 largest Census-Cities from their respective provinces and then made a list of who’s biggest Q1. If PEI can be a (blatantly un)equal Province with about 143,000…

4 Looks at October TREB Prices

Calendar Year Upon Year since 2002 — 7.31% off the Abso Spring Peak (& this is Fall) School (Fiscal) Year on Year — Distinguishing the Fall’s Rally & each Spring’s Fever -and the excessive frothy years of fiscal 2015, 2016 and Q1 2017   TREB’s own 4 year comparison – 5th Highest Month $$ in…

What about AFTER Inflation? TREB prices using constant 2019 (CPI-adjusted) Canadian Dollars — comparing to prior Peak(s)

Adjusting to 100 in 1989 – The Prior Peak(s) in 2017 The adjusted-Annual TREB Price Peak & the adjusted-Monthly PEAK in April 2017 October 2019 Monthly TREB Price is just 0.6% off the $857,480 Adjusted-Annual 2017 Price October 2019 Monthly Ave TREB Price is -16.95% from the Adjusted-Monthly Price Peak in April 2017 —- but…. this…