Royal LePage Royal City Realty JANUARY 2022 Market Snapshot

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Royal LePage Royal City Realty has released their JANUARY 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 Guelphcity-of-guelph-market-report-january-2022

The City of Guelph saw typically slow sales activity throughout January and the holiday season, though this did not much affect the strong sellers market that has been seen all year. We can expect demand to continue to rise in the new year based on the continued rise of the average sale prices.



The real estate market in Guelph/Eramosa slowed down as expected during the holidays, but the decrease in new listings this month was not enough to bring down the strong sellers market we have led this year with. With higher sale prices, we can expect a competitive market amongst buyers in continuing this year.



Centre-Wellington remains in a strong sellers market into the new year. The continued rise in average sale price shows that we can expect continued high demand for homes this year.



The Puslinch real estate market remains a sellers market while entering the new year. As expected in January, sales numbers are low due to lack of new/active listings, assumably caused by the holidays. With average prices that continue to rise, demand proves to be high, but the lack of inventory is holding back the market.


Wellington Countywellington-county-market-report-january-2022

The housing market within Wellington County remains to start the year with an increase in average and median sales prices. Unit sales picked back up in January with new listings coming back.


Halton Hillshalton-hills-market-report-january-2022

Demand for homes in Halton Hills have slowed and overall sales and listing activity is down, as this is a traditionally quiet time of year. Despite this, sales prices continued to rise and supported the still strong sellers market to close out the year.



Sales activity in Hamilton was on holiday this month as January is a typically quiet time of year. The decrease in sales activity is due to a low number of new and active listings. Despite this, the average and median sales prices continue to rise, proving that we will see continued high demand for homes in the new year, supporting the strong sellers market that we have seen all year.


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