Royal LePage Royal City Realty DECEMBER Market Snapshot
Royal LePage Royal City Realty has released their DECEMBER 2022 Market Snapshot. This is a great resource to find out about the real estate market in your area! Of course, if you would like to know more about the local market, please do not hesitate to call me. If you would be interested in a Current Market Value Assessment of your home, I am happy to help. Feel free to connect with me through my website, by email or phone!
City of Guelph – city-of-guelph-dec_22-market-snapshot-royal-lepage-royal-city-realty
The City of Guelph real estate market ends the year as a balanced market. New listings continue to rise as unit sales remain
consistently lower than this time last year. The year-to-date average sales price has finally fallen lower than it was last year, which may
indicate some larger changes coming in the new year.
Guelph-Eramosa – guelph-eramosa-dec_22-market-snapshot-royal-lepage-royal-city-realty
The real estate market in Guelph/Eramosa stays a balanced market to finish off the year, as year-to-date sales decrease and unit
sales rise. The year-to-date average and median sales prices are still higher than this time last year, which shows proof of a strong
foundation to the market. It is important to note that this market is smaller, and more prone of erratic change.
Centre-Wellington – centre-wellington-dec_22-market-snapshot-royal-lepage-royal-city-realty
Centre Wellington remains a balanced market to end the year. Unit sales continue to dip below where they were this time last year, while new listing continue to rise consistently. Median and average sale prices remain higher than they were this time last year, showing that this market has a solid foundation for both buyers and sellers going into the new year.
Puslinch – puslinch-dec_22-market-snapshot-royal-lepage-royal-city-realty
The Puslinch real estate market remains a balanced market to end off the year, while seeing a small rise in unit sales and a drop in
new listings compared to December of last year. The year-to-date average and median sales prices are still higher than this time last
year, showing an overall solid foundation. It is good to keep in mind that since this market is smaller, it is more prone to erratic change.
Wellington County – wellington-county-dec_22-market-snapshot-royal-lepage-royal-city-realty
Wellington County real estate wraps up the year as a balanced market despite the drop in unit sales we have continued to see for the past few
months. The YTD average and median sale prices are both still higher than they were this time last year, shows that this market maintained a
strong foundation for all of 2022.
Waterloo – waterloo-dec_22-market-snapshot-royal-lepage-royal-city-realty
The Waterloo region real estate market remains balanced to finish off the year after a continued surge in inventory and a dip in unit sales. The year-to-date average sales price continues to drop below what it was this time last year, which could be a sign for a larger shift coming in the new year.
Halton Hills – halton-hills-dec_22-market-snapshot-royal-lepage-royal-city-realty
The Real Estate market in Halton Hills remains balanced at the end of the year, while we see unit sales and new listings more than double what they were in December of last year. Monthly average and median sale prices continue to be lower than what they were in 2021, which may indicate some larger shifts coming in the new year.
Hamilton – hamilton-dec_22-market-snapshot-royal-lepage-royal-city-realty
The Hamilton real estate market ends the year as a balanced market, as inventory continues to steadily rise and unit sales drop lower than they were this time last year. The year-to-date average sales price have also dropped below what it was this time last year, which may be a sign of some larger changes to this market in the new year.