A Banner Year in Niagara

Across Niagara September home sales jumped 17.6% with he Niagara Association of REALTORS® (NAR) reporting a total of 667 residential sales processed through the NAR Multiple Listing Service (MLS®) system in September compared to 567 last year.

In September, residential sales in Welland and Pelham climbed 22% and 73% respectively. Please refer to the chart below for residential market activity in select areas in NAR’s jurisdiction.

September 2015 Stats crop

As we enter the fourth quarter year-to-date sales are on track to significantly outpace 2014 levels.

Niagara Year-to-Date Sales UP 17%

Across Niagara year-to date there have been 4961 residential transactions reported compared to a total of 5807 in 2014, representing a 17% spike in regional activity.

Welland Year-to-Date Sales UP 8.3%

Sales in the Rose City climbed 8.3% so far this year with 663 transactions reported between January and September compared to 612 last year.

Pelham Year-to-Date Sales UP 12.4%

In Pelham, total unit sales jumped 12.4% with 217 residential transactions in Pelham between January and September compared to 193 last year.

12-Month Average Prices on the Rise

The Niagara 12-month average price in the areas serviced by the Niagara Association of REALTORS® (all of the Niagara municipalities excepting Grimsby) now stands at $269,610 climbing 7.3% from the 12-month average price of $251,181 recorded in September 2014.

The 12-month average price in the Rose City is up 9.0% rising to $212,806 from $195,160 in 2014. In Pelham the 12-month average price reached $411,230 compared to $363,166 in 2014 – representing an annual price growth rate of 13.2%.

 

 



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