Montreal Home Sales Fell 18% In July
Home sales in Montreal fell 18% in July, according to the Quebec Professional Association of
Real Estate Brokers.
The association said that Montreal home sales in July amounted to 3,080 compared with 3,772
a year ago, while sales of plexes, or homes with between two and five units, declined 38% to
281 from 454 a year ago.
The Montreal housing market has cooled off largely due to rising mortgage rates, the
association said in a news release.
New listings in the Montreal area rose 22% to 4,901 in July from 4,023 a year earlier.
The median price of a single-family home in Montreal was $550,000 in July, up 10% from the
same month in 2021, but down $30,000 from a peak of $580,000 reached in April of this year.
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