RBC Economics reported on October 15 that condo prices have “stagnated over the past six months”.
Previous to this, the bank’s economics section on September 30 predicted that condo prices could “weaken in larger markets next year”.
Another thing is happening as well with the condo market in Canada.
In its latest housing report, RBC Economics noted that the real-estate market is awashed with condo supply.
According to economist Robert Hogue, “condo investors are looking to sell”.
“As rents soften and vacancies rise, condo listings are spiking in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver—albeit from low levels,” Hogue reported on Thursday (October 29).
In the City of Toronto, condo listings in September 2020 increased 133.9 percent compared to supply in the same month last year.
For the rest of the Greater Toronto area, condo listings last month posted year-over-year growth of 81.5 percent.
In the island of Montreal, listings rose 41.4 percent