DOES IT MATTER if we DOUBLE COUNT 25.8% of our Associations’ New Listings? Would it matter if we over-reported November Sales by 25.8%? or said Monthly Prices were higher/lower by 25.8%

TRREB has a RE-List Comparison Table that it quietly published Monthly

I do a summary too, based on the TRREB Re-LIST Comparison — except I calculate what % the Do-Overs are of the NET-New (actually New) Listings

Here’s COMPARISON of the widely-followed Sales to New Listing Ratio (SNLR) both including the Re-Lists (indicates Balanced-to-Buyers’ Market) and with only the NET-NEW (which says -at the very same time – that it’s Sellers’ Market

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