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As the single most quoted real estate company in Canada, you can rely on us to bring you relevant and reliable market news.
Our releases are written with you in mind, giving you valuable and useful insight into the national and regional real estate markets. Whether you’re buying your first home, a cottage or just want to check out the prices in your area, we have the latest news and market trends. That’s why we’ve become known as the voice of Canadian real estate. Read some of the releases and surveys that may interest you and check back often as we’re always updating our website with the latest information.
House Price Survey
The Royal LePage House Price Survey1 is a quarterly report geared to help you learn more about home prices throughout the Canadian real estate market. Consumers, the media and many organizations turn to Royal LePage for information on house price trends both nationally and in regional markets across the country.
Building on an over 40-year history of producing Canada’s most comprehensive publicly available real estate market research, beginning in the third quarter 2015 the Royal LePage House Price Survey program has been enhanced. House price values for over 50 of the nation’s largest real estate markets are based on the Royal LePage Canadian Real Estate Market Composite, produced quarterly through the use of company data in addition to data and analytics from its sister company, RPS Real Property Solutions, the trusted source for residential real estate intelligence and analytics in Canada. Commentary on housing and forecast values are provided by Royal LePage residential real estate experts, based on their opinions and market knowledge.
Regional Market Updates
At Royal LePage, we understand that real estate is a regional business. The Royal LePage Regional Market Updates are geared to help you learn more about real estate and home prices throughout the Canadian real estate market. The media and many organizations turn to Royal LePage for information on median house price trends in these regional markets across the country.
Royal LePage Carriage Trade Luxury Properties Report 2016
The Royal LePage Carriage Trade Luxury Properties Report presents the findings of a national survey of residential luxury real estate professionals and explores current and long-term trends in sales activity, luxury buyer profiles and preferences, and foreign buyer activity in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Quebec. The report also examines how the luxury market has evolved in Canada’s largest cities – Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal – comparing 2005 and 2015 luxury home prices, attributes and Royal LePage Carriage Trade Luxury Properties’ designated areas/neighbourhoods.
Royal LePage 2017 Canadian Recreational Housing Report
The Royal LePage 2017 Canadian Recreational Housing Report provides an overview of trends, prices and activity in recreational property and cottage markets across Canada. For further details on your local recreational market, view the full report:
The Royal LePage Condo Report analyzes condo market trends in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, with research and projections by leading housing market economist Will Dunning.
•2013 Condo Report (.PDF)
First-Time Homebuyers’ Report
The annual Royal LePage First-Time Homebuyers’ Report combines a national poll of recent first-time homebuyers’ attitudes with a market analysis of trends and activity in major markets across Canada.
Highlights from the 2009 report include:
• First-time buyers are back in force this spring, and are primarily motivated by lower home prices and very low interest rates.
• Eighty-six per cent of potential first-time buyers say low interest rates make them more likely to purchase a home.
• The recently introduced Home Renovation Tax Credit for 2009 was cited by 42 per cent of potential first-time buyers as either ‘very likely’ or ‘somewhat likely’ to impact their purchasing decision.
Female Buyers Report
With a chequebook firmly in one hand and a hammer confidently in the other, single female homebuyers of all ages continue to knock down barriers by purchasing real estate and tackling home repairs. The Royal LePage Female Buyers Report highlights the growing female home buyer activity across Canada.