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Royal LePage forecasts cooling of housing market in 2022

Home prices increased by 25 per cent year-over-year last spring, creating bidding wars in cottage country and major urban centres. However, one of Canada’s largest real estate firms is predicting a cool-down in the housing market. Anne Gaviola reports. See the full article on Global News  

Royal LePage 2021 Demographic Survey

The Royal LePage 2021 Demographic survey was released today! It includes insights from experts across the country and data from recent Royal LePage surveys. Some of the key highlights from the national release include: Nearly half of Canadians aged 25 to 35 own their home; one-quarter of these homeowners purchased a property since the onset of …

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Ottawa home prices will continue to skyrocket in 2021: Royal Lepage

December 15th 2020 Our very own Jason Ralph weighed in on the market forecast and what it means for Ottawa https://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/ottawa-home-prices-will… Despite temperatures continuing to drop as we enter the winter season, Real Estate in Ottawa is staying hot. Just as we saw in the spring of 2020, Royal LePage predicts another large year-over-year increase. …

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Time to Buy a Year-Round Cottage

December 2nd 2020 Phil Soper weighs in on increasing home prices in Canada’s cottage country as more buyers look to move there full-time in a recent article. While this trend has quickly caught on in 2020, the demand is higher ever and there are many factors to consider, as discussed in our October Blog “Time …

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A spike in housing supply for 2020 isn’t going to happen: Royal Lepage

July 14th 2020 Housing supply might not be spiking but the sale prices of properties sure are. “Across Ontario and Quebec in particular, the demand for housing outpaced the growth in supply, especially in the early weeks post-lockdown. The surge in the number of first-time buyers was felt acutely, as these housing consumers soaked up …

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Phil Soper housing market Covid-19 motgages Standard real estate practices have turned on their ear due to COVID-19: Royal LePage CEO

March 23rd 2020 Powerful insights from Phil Soper, Royal LePage Canada’s President, and CEO, in this video, as he discusses the impacts of COVID-19 on real estate practices in Canada on BNN. If you have any questions about our real estate market and how it is responding to the recent changes please reach out to …

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