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萨省房地产协会-2020年6月新闻稿

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萨斯喀彻温省房地产市场随省重新开放而反弹:预计强劲复苏

2020年6月4日 (中文翻译自谷歌)



在全省范围内,与去年同期相比,去年同期的销售量下降了近14%(年初至今,下降了近13%),新上市的房屋数量下降了近20%(同比和去年同期)。日期),中位数销售价格下降了5.7%(年初至今下降了2.2%)。尽管表现不佳,并且考虑到导致全球衰退的大流行,萨斯喀彻温省的房地产市场表现良好,随着该省继续开放,其市场可能会变得更好。

新上市和销售情况与去年的数字密切相关,直到该省在3月中旬宣布进入紧急状态。SRA首席执行官Jason Yochim表示,根据先前的流行病和限制疫情蔓延的限制,“我们预计4月份的交易量将大幅下降。” “但是我们也希望一旦解除限制,交易就会恢复到正常水平。”并且我们看到新上市的商品和销售量比今年4月的水平显着上升的情况发生了。

尽管销售价格下降(也与先前大流行的证据一致),但下降的部分原因是由于销售减少导致库存增加,再加上COVID限制导致需求减弱,这给价格带来了下行压力。随着被压抑的需求消退,人们开始再次购买,我们应该期望看到价格也开始恢复正常。

萨斯喀彻温省的市场实力使人质疑CMHC最近对该省房地产市场的预测,而CMHC的《住房市场展望》则忽略了房地产的本地性。例如,萨斯卡通和里贾纳(Regina)占该省销售额的50%以上,仅这两个市场就可以对该省的整体绩效产生重大影响。此外,即使在该省处于紧急状态的高峰期,北巴特尔福德,埃斯特万和约克顿的年初至今(YTD)销量也比去年增长了10%以上,一些市场的年初至今价格也有所上涨。

“我更经常听到我们的会员收到多个Offer”。因此,尽管该省的房地产行业受到了COVID的打击并继续感受到其影响,但前景并不像某些人所预测的那样严峻,而且我们已经开始看到复苏的迹象进入夏天。Yochim表示:“随着该省继续开放,我们的成员采取行动保护公共安全,我预期市场能够强劲复苏。”

萨斯卡通

萨斯卡通萨斯卡通的销售量下降了22.7%,从2019年5月的422下降到2020年5月的326;在整个地区下降了14.0%,从515下降到443。在萨斯卡通,销售量比5年平均值低了15.5%(比十年平均水平低21.6%),而在较大地区,销售额比五年平均水平低14.3%(比十年平均水平低22.3%)。萨斯卡通的年初至今销量(YTD)较去年同期下降了14.2%,从1,470降至1,261,而较大地区的年初至今销量下降了10.8%,从1,843降至1,644。

该市的销量下降了16.7%,从2020年的1.406亿加元降至1.171亿加元(比5年平均值低12.4%,比10年平均值低18.7%)。年初至今该市的销售额为4.293亿加元,比去年下降了11.2%。该地区的销量下降了9.1%,从5.780亿加元下降至5.256亿加元(比5年平均值低13.8%,比10年平均值低21.7%)。该地区年初至今的销量下降了9.1%,从2019年的5.780亿加元下降到2020年的5.256亿加元。

在萨斯卡通,2020年5月的新房源数量下降了17.0%,从911下降到756(比5年平均值低18.1%,比10年平均值低16.2%),而在该地区,新房源下降了14.2%从去年的1,253个增加到今年的1,075个(比5年平均值低19.7%,比10年平均值低19.1%)。年初至今,该市的新房源数量下降了15.6%,从3,420下降到2,885,而在更大的地区,迄今为止,新房源数量下降了17.4%,从4,735下降到3,913。萨斯卡通的活跃房源下降20.1%(从1,944下降至1,553),而该地区下降21.2%(从3,254下降至2,564)。

萨斯卡通的存货量为5(比去年高3.4%,比5年平均值低7.8%),而销售与上市比率为43.1%,表明市场状况平衡。较大地区的库存量为6(比去年水平低8.4%,比5年平均值低11.4%),而销售/上市比率为41.2%,表明市场情况平衡。

5月,萨斯卡通的房屋平均在市场上停留了48天,比去年的47天上升了2.1%(并高于5年平均值46天和10年平均值40天)。到2020年,该地区的房屋在市场上的停留时间比城市房屋的平均停留时间长,为60天,但也比去年的54天有所增加(比5年平均值高11.1%)。

萨斯卡通的房价中位数从326,000加元升至338,000加元(增长3.7%),分别比5年期价格高出1.7%和10年平均中值价高出1.9%。MLS®房屋价格指数(HPI)(一种更准确地衡量房价趋势的指标)从303,400加元增至306,500加元,增长了2.2%。





以下为官网原文



SASKATCHEWAN REAL ESTATE MARKETS REBOUNDING AS PROVINCE RE-OPENS: strong recovery expected

June 4, 2020

Across the province, year-over-year sales were down nearly 14% from May of last year (nearly 13% year-to-date), new listings were down almost 20% (both year-over-year and year-to-date), and the median sale price was down 5.7% (down 2.2% year-to-date). Despite this negative performance, and considering a pandemic that has led to a global recession, Saskatchewan’s real estate market is performing quite well and will likely get better as the province continues to re-open.

New listings and sales closely tracked last year’s numbers until the province declared a state of emergency in mid-March. Based on previous epidemics and the restrictions put in place to limit the spread of the outbreak, “we expected transactions to fall dramatically in April,” said SRA CEO Jason Yochim. “But we also expect transactions to return to normal levels once restrictions are lifted,” and we see that happening with new listings and sales up significantly from where they were this April.

And while sales prices have fallen (also consistent with evidence from previous pandemics), part of this decline is related to the higher levels of inventory due to reduced sales which, combined with weaker demand due to COVID restrictions, puts downward pressure on prices. As pent-up demand subsides and people begin to buy again, we should expect to see prices begin to return to normal as well.

Saskatchewan’s market strength calls into question CMHC’s recent projections about the province’s real estate market, and CMHC’s Housing Market Outlook ignores the local nature of real estate. For instance, Saskatoon and Regina account for over 50% of the sales in the province, and these two markets alone can have a significant impact on the province’s overall performance. In addition, even at the height of the province’s state of emergency, year-to-date (YTD) sales in North Battleford, Estevan, and Yorkton were up more than 10% from last year, and YTD prices in several markets were also up.

“I hear more frequently that our members are receiving multiple offers”. So while the real estate sector in the province has been hit by COVID and continues to feel its effects, the outlook isn’t nearly as grim as some are making it out to be, and we’re already starting to see signs of recovery going into summer. “As the province continues to open up and our members take action to protect public safety,” says Yochim, “I expect markets to make a strong recovery.”

Saskatoon

Sales in Saskatoon were down 22.7%, going from 422 in May 2019 to 326 in May 2020, and down 14.0% in the overall region, going from 515 to 443. In Saskatoon, sales were 15.5% below the 5-year average (and 21.6% below the 10-year average), while in the larger region, sales were 14.3% below the 5-year average (and 22.3% below the 10-year average). Year-to-Date (YTD) sales in Saskatoon fell 14.2% over last year, decreasing from 1,470 to 1,261, while YTD sales in the larger region fell 10.8%, going from 1,843 to 1,644.

Sales volume was down 16.7% in the city, going from $140.6M to $117.1M in 2020 (12.4% below the 5-year average, and 18.7% below the 10-year average). YTD sales volume in the city was $429.3M, a decrease of 11.2% from last year. In the region, sales volume was down 9.1%, going from $578.0M to $525.6M (13.8% below the 5- year average and 21.7% below the 10-year average). YTD sales volume decreased 9.1% in the region, falling from $578.0M in 2019 to $525.6M in 2020.

In Saskatoon, the number of new listings in May 2020 fell 17.0%, going from 911 to 756 (18.1% below the 5-year average and 16.2% below the 10-year average), while in the region, new listings fell 14.2% from 1,253 last year to 1,075 this year (19.7% below the 5-year average and 19.1% below the 10-year average). YTD new listings in the city fell 15.6%, going from 3,420 to 2,885, while in the larger region, the number of new listings to date fell 17.4%, going from 4,735 to 3,913. Active listings fell 20.1% in Saskatoon (down from 1,944 to 1,553) and fell 21.2% in the region (down from 3,254 to 2,564).

Inventory in Saskatoon stood at 5 (which is 3.4% above the level last year and 7.8% below the 5-year average), while the sales to listing ratio was 43.1%, suggesting balanced market conditions. Inventory in the larger region stood at 6 (which is 8.4% below the level last year and 11.4% below the 5-year average), while the sales to listing ratio was 41.2%, suggesting balanced market conditions.

Homes in Saskatoon stayed on the market an average of 48 days in May—up 2.1% from 47 days last year (and above the 5-year average of 46 days and above the 10-year average of 40 days). Homes in the region stayed on the market longer than homes in the city at 60 days on average in 2020, but also up from an average of 54 days last year (and 11.1% above the 5-year average).

Median home prices in Saskatoon went from $326,000 to $338,000 (an increase of 3.7%) and were approximately 1.7% above the 5-year and 1.9% above the 10-year average median price. The MLS® Home Price Index (HPI)—a more accurate measure of house price trends—is up 2.2% from $303,400 to $306,500. Year-to-date, the median home price in Saskatoon was $326,250 which is 1.0% above the $323,120 price from the same time last year.

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