"9月较低的销售业绩反映了买家在观察利率上升和考虑围绕价格趋势的投机时继续犹豫不决。渥太华房地产委员会主席Penny Torontow说:"随着利率的上升,抵押贷款压力测试已经使一些潜在的买家靠边站,而其他人可能在通货膨胀和生活成本增加的情况下仔细检查他们的预算是否可以承受。


- 住宅类房产的库存月数已从2021年的1.2个月增加到3.1个月。

- 公寓类房产的库存月数从2021年的1.6个月增加到2.7个月。

- 9月的新房源(2371套)比2021年(2252套)高5%,比2022年8月(2091套)高13%。


- 9月份公寓类房产的平均售价为450,987加币,比2021年增长了6%。

- 住宅类房产的平均售价为706,658加币,比一年前增长了0.5%。

- 今年迄今为止,住宅的平均售价为788,535加币,公寓的平均售价为457,189加币,这些价值比2021年的两类房产都增加了9%。


(通过翻译, 数据来源于渥太华地产局。内容均由红宝地产团队整理归纳,仅供参考)


Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 1,080 residential properties in September through the Board’s Multiple Listing Service® System, compared with 1,601 in September 2021, a decrease of 33%. September’s sales included 816 in the residential-property class, down 34% from a year ago, and 264 in the condominium-property category, a decrease of 27% from September 2021. The five-year average for total unit sales in September is 1,586.

“September’s lower sales performance reflects continued hesitancy among Buyers as they watch interest rates rise and consider the speculation surrounding price trends. With rising interest rates, the mortgage stress test has sidelined some potential Buyers, while others are likely scrutinizing their budgets for affordability amidst inflation and cost of living increases,” says Ottawa Real Estate Board President Penny Torontow.

“On the other hand, we have seen an uptick in the number of new listings entering the market, which were not only higher than last month but also last year, and the five-year average. This trend continues to bring the resale market into more balance, which generally means more time for Buyers and Sellers to weigh their options and to adjust according to their needs,” she adds.

By the Numbers – Inventory & New Listings:

  • Months of Inventory for the residential-class properties has increased to 3.1 months from 1.2 months in 2021.
  • Months of Inventory for condominium-class properties has increased to 2.7 months from 1.6 months in 2021.
  • September’s new listings (2,371) were 5% higher than 2021 (2,252) and 13% higher than August 2022 (2,091).

“Prices are stabilizing with slight month-to-month movement, whereas, year over year we are seeing the slow and steady increases that the Ottawa resale market is known for. As every neighbourhood is different, Buyers will want to consult a local REALTOR® who can tap into proprietary data on price trends and expert insights to help them navigate market shifts,” Torontow advises.

By the Numbers – Average Prices*:

  • The average sale price for a condominium-class property in September was $450,987, an increase of 6% from 2021.
  • The average sale price for a residential-class property was $706,658, increasing 0.5% from a year ago.
  • With year-to-date average sale prices at $788,535 for residential and $457,189 for condominiums, these values represent a 9% increase over 2021 for both property classes.

REALTORS® also help with finding rentals and vetting potential tenants. Since the beginning of the year, OREB Members have assisted clients with renting 4,678 properties compared to 3,598 last year at this time.


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