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콘도 거래량 완만 추세(Canada’s condo sales volume moderates amid multiple pressures)
최근 Altus Group의 주택보고서에 의하면 지난해 새 콘도 판매는 토론토지역의 부진으로 완만해 진것으로 나타났다. 총 콘도 판매건수는 2017년 62,000건에서 지난해는 48,500건으로 21% 감소하였다. GTA지역은 21,400건이 팔려서 38% 감소하였지만, 전체 거래량의 절반을 차지하고 있다. 한편, 밴쿠버지역은 2017년 31% 감소하였지만 지난해에는 7%만 감소하여 개선되는 모습을 보이고 있다. 몬트리올 지역은 지난해 거래건수가 19% 증가하여 3년 연속 증가 추세이다.
New condo sales activity nationwide entered a period of relatively slowdown last year, mainly due to a significant slowdown in the GTA market, according to the latest Altus Group Housing Report. Overall condo apartment sales clocked in at a little over 48,500 units last year, which represented a massive 21% decline from the nearly 62,000 transactions in 2017.
GTA’s condo sector accounted for a significant portion of the losses, falling by 38% annually to end up at approximately 21,400 sales. However, the market still accounted for almost half of all deals in the jurisdictions covered by the Altus analysis, including other major Ontario locales in the Greater Golden Horseshoe region. Meanwhile, condo market deceleration in Vancouver has eased, from a drastic 31% year-over-year drop in 2017 to just a 7% decline in 2018.
On the flip side, Montreal has posted its third consecutive year of growth in new condo apartment sales, at 19% annually in 2018 to reach the city’s highest number of transactions involving the property type (around 8,100 deals) to date. In fact, just about every asset class in Montreal has seen consistent good performances over the past few quarters.
According to the municipal government, the real estate boom has helped the city reach a budget surplus of $212.7 million last year – amounting to approximately $130 per resident, and marking the second highest registered since 2012. “[The] real estate market is very, very, very good for Montrealers,” according to Montreal executive committee chair Benoit Dorais, in an interview with CBC News. Dorais added that almost half of the surplus was comprised of welcome tax revenues on new property purchases.
by Ephraim Vecina 23 May 2019 https://www.mortgagebrokernews.ca