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Hamilton Real Estate Market Statistics for April 2022

 Thursday, May 5, 2022     Kirsten McNamee     Local Hamilton Market Statistics Real Estate Trends

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Residential Market Activity

The REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) reported a total of 1,298 sales of residential properties within the RAHB market area for April 2022. These statistics in this article reflect the entire RAHB market area and also just the Hamilton real estate market area.

When it came to the amount of sales of residential properties for the month of April 2022, there was a decrease of 20.7 per cent month over month. Sales were reported to have had a decrease of 31.3 per cent when compared to the same time last year.

RAHB reported that new listings in the entire market area had a 3.6 per cent decrease month over month, with a total of 2,451 sales. Compared to the same time last year this was a 7 per cent decrease.

When we look at what the average residential sale price was in the entire RAHB market area we can see that it was reported to have been $1,013,081 in April 2022. This was a 5.6 per cent decrease when compared to March 2022 and an 18.2 per cent increase when compared to April 2021.

The above chart, Residential Market Activity, allows us to see the number of sales and the average residential sale price for each area within Hamilton. We are then able to compare these numbers to the same time last year.

It was reported by RAHB that the area with the greatest number of residential property sales was the Hamilton Mountain. This area reported a total of 183 sales, with an average residential property price of $891,355. While there appeared to be a decrease in the number of sales, there was an increase in the average sales price of a residential property when compared to April 2021.

Now, taking a look at the area that was reported to have had the highest average residential property price we can once again look at Flamborough. This area reported that the average price of a residential property was $1,554,369, with a total of 29 residential property sales. Similarly to the Hamilton Mountain, we see that there was a decrease in the number of sales, but an increase in the residential sale price when compared to the same time last year.

It’s important that we also take note of the Burlington area, it was reported that there were a total of 276 sales. This is the greatest number of sales featured in the above chart. When it came to the average residential sale price, it was reported to have been $1,228,723. Once again we’re seeing a decrease in the amount of sales but an increase in the residential property price, when compared to April 2021. Let’s now take a look at the below map and get a closer look at each neighbourhood within Hamilton.

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Average Price by District

The above map, Average Price by District, illustrates each area within the Hamilton real estate market. The map allows us to see what the average price was and the number of sales there were in April 2022. The sub areas that we need to take note of for April 2022, that had the greatest number of sales, were; 42, 46, 50, 51 and 53.

It was reported by RAHB that the sub area with the greatest number of sales was area 51, located in Stoney Creek. This area had a total of 60 sales, with an average residential sale price of $1,033,685.

RAHB reported that when it came to the area that had the highest average residential property, it was once again Flamborough (40, 43, 44, 45). This area reported that the average residential property price was $1,554,369, with a total of 29 sales. The final chart we’re going to review is the Hamilton Residential Table, we can get a look at the overall numbers for Hamilton.

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Hamilton Residential Table

The final chart we’ll review today is the above chart the, Hamilton Residential Table, giving us a closer look at the overall number for the Hamilton area. It was reported by RAHB that the average price of a residential property was $949,149. This was a 20.9 per cent increase when compared to the same time last year.

When it came to the amount of sales, RAHB reported that in Hamilton there was a decrease of 33.9 per cent, when compared to the previous year, with a total of 783 sales. New listings also saw a decrease in April 2022, with a total of 1,466 this was a 14.1 per cent decrease compared to the same time last year.

The chart also shows us that when it came to the average number of days a listing remained on the market the same with a total of 10 days. The median price of a residential property had a 17.6 per cent increase when compared to April 2021, to $870,000.

REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington April 2022 Statistics

The REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington reported a total of 1,298 sales of residential properties within the RAHB market area for April 2022. Residential property sales had a decrease of 20.7 per cent month over month. Sales were reported to have had a decrease of 31.3 per cent when compared to the same time last year.

When we look at the average price of a detached single-family property for April 2022 we can see that it was $1,135,799 for the entire RAHB market area. This is an 18.9 per cent decrease compared to the same time last year.. There were 867 sales, which was a 21.3 per cent decrease month over month. When compared to April 2021, sales had a 32.1 per cent decrease.

Townhouses in the RAHB market area had a total of 232 sales, this is a decrease of 38.9 per cent compared to the same time last year. The market area saw a total of 466 new townhouse listings, this was a decrease of 11.7 per cent when compared to April 2021. It was reported that the average sale price of a townhouse was $865,862. This was an increase of 21.3 per cent when compared to the same time last year.

Finally, when we look at the numbers for apartment-style properties we can see that there were a total of 184 sales within the entire RAHB market area. The average price of one of these properties in April 2022 was $647,411, a 6.5 per cent decrease compared to the same time last year. New listings of apartment-style properties were reported to have been a total of 284. Which is a decrease of 6.3 per cent when compared to the previous year.

“With the exception of last year, new listings coming to market exceed that of every other April for the last ten years. With the increase in inventory, buyers are finally experiencing more choices in the market. While inventory is still below the norm, we finally see signs of a more balanced market as the number of active listings increases. The rise in interest rates has likely attributed to a decrease in the number of sales month over month in every residential property category across the RAHB market area. While average prices remain strong, and still above the $1 million mark, we did experience another dip for the second month in a row.” - RAHB President Lou Piriano.

For More Information About These Statistics

If you’re looking for a more in-depth matrix of these statistics, please refer to the Hamilton Real Estate Statistics for April 2022.

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Hamilton Real Estate Market Statistics for March 2022

 Wednesday, April 6, 2022     Kirsten McNamee     Local Hamilton Market Statistics Real Estate Trends

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Residential Market Activity

The REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) reported a total of 1,637 sales of residential properties within the RAHB market area for March 2022. These statistics reflect the total RAHB market area. When it came to the sales of residential properties, they were reported to have had an increase of 33.3 per cent month over month. However, they were reported to be down 21.1 per cent when compared to March 2021.

When it came to new listings within the RAHB market area, there were reported 2,542 new listings. This was a 51.7 per cent increase month over month. However, it was a 6.2 per cent decrease when compared to the same time last year.

The average price of a residential property within the RAHB market area was reported to be $1,073,345. This was a 2.7 per cent decrease month over month and a 22.8 per cent increase when compared to March 2021.

The above chart, Residential Market Activity, helps us to see the number of sales and the average cost of a property for the month of March 2022. We can then compare those numbers to the same time last year and see how the market has changed.

RAHB reported that the area with the greatest number of sales in March 2022 was Stoney Creek. This area had a total of 151 residential property sales with an average property price of $1,060,945. When it came to the number of sales, Stoney Creek saw a slight decrease, but when it came to the average property price there was a significant increase.

The area that had the highest average residential property price was Flamborough. It was reported that the average price of a residential property for March 2022 was $1,644,225. Flamborough had a total of 32 sales, which was only a slight decrease compared to the same time last year.

We can also take a look at Burlington, which had the highest number of residential property sales, with a total of 359 sales. The average price of a property in Burlington was reported to be $1,305,593, this was an increase when we compare it to March 2021.

Ancaster is another notable area that we can review, with a total of 77 sales and an average residential property price of $1,361,621. This area had one of the highest average property prices for the month of March 2022. To get a more in depth look, we can review the below map for more information about property prices and sales.

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Average Price by District

The above map, Average Price by District, illustrates each area within the Hamilton market area. It allows us to see what the average residential property price was in Hamilton and the surrounding areas as well as the number of sales. The sub areas that we need to take note of, that had the most sales, for the month of March 2022 were; 16, 42, 50, 51 and 53.

RAHB reported that the sub area with the greatest number of sales was area 51, located in Stoney Creek. There were a reported 89 sales in this area with an average residential property price of $1,058,858. The average residential property price for all of Stoney Creek was reported to be $1,060,945, with a total of 151 sales.

It was reported that Flamborough had the highest average residential property price of $1,694,225, with a total of 32 sales for March 2022. Flamborough covers the sub areas, 45, 43, 44 and 40. We can now take a look at the final chart, Hamilton Residential Table, and get an overall look at the Hamilton real estate statistics.

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Hamilton Residential Table

Finally, we can review the, Hamilton Residential Table, it helps us to see the overall numbers for the Hamilton real estate market area. RAHB reported that the average price of a residential property was $1,003,193. This was a 24.6 per cent increase when compared to the same time last year.

It was also reported that there were a total of 984 sales of residential properties in March 2022. Which is a 24.5 per cent decrease when compared to the same time last year. New listings had a 10.6 per cent decrease when compared to March 2021, with a total of 1,525.

We’re even able to see the average days that a listing remained on the market. In March 2022 the average amount of days a listing remained on the market was 9.1 days, that’s 2.8 days less than the same time last year. The median price of a residential property was reported to be $919,000, this was a 23.9 per cent increase compared to March 2021.

REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington March 2022 Statistics

The REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) reported a total of 1,637 sales of residential properties within the RAHB market area for March 2022. The sales of residential properties saw an increase of 33.3 per cent month over month. However, it was reported that they were down 21.1 per cent when compared to March 2021.

When it came to the average price of a detached single-family home, it was reported to have had a 4 per cent decrease in Hamilton month over month. While Burlington saw a 12 per cent decrease in March 2022. RAHB reported that while Hamilton and Burlington saw these decreases, overall both markets remain higher than they were in March 2021.

The sales of townhouses in the RAHB market area in March 2022 had an increase of 45.2 per cent month over month. However, when compared to the same time las year there was a 26.4 per cent decrease. It was reported that there were a total of 528 new listings of townhouses in march 2022, this was a 65.5 per cent increase compared to the previous month. The average price of a townhouse in the RAHB Market area was $929,901, this was a 1.1 per cent decrease month over month.m

RAHB reported that there were 206 sales of apartment-style properties in March 2022. This was a 10.7 per cent increase month over month. When we compared this to March 2021 we can see there was a 5.9 per cent decrease. New listings of apartment-style properties had an increase of 55.5 per cent month over month, with a 10.3 per cent increase compared to March 2021. The average price of this type of property was $692,400, this was a 3.4 per cent increase month over month and a 32.2 per cent increase compared to the same time last year.

“The overall number of residential transactions in March was the second-highest recorded in ten years. After the first quarter, sales activity is on pace to surpass the 15,000 mark for the second consecutive year. Across the RAHB market area, there was a slight dip in the residential average sale price, although it did remain over the $1,000,000 mark. We do not see the dip in the average sale price after one month of change as a trend or permanent circumstance. The residential market for all dwelling types continues to have less than one month of inventory which means it would take approximately 20 days to sell all the properties available. We are still experiencing a seller’s market fuelled by high demand and low supply. A balanced market typically has two to three months of inventory.” - RAHB President Lou Piriano

For More Information About These Statistics

If you’re looking for a more in-depth matrix of these statistics, please refer to the Hamilton Real Estate Statistics for March 2022.

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Hamilton Real Estate Market Statistics for January 2022

 Monday, February 7, 2022     Kirsten McNamee     Local Hamilton Market Statistics Real Estate Trends

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Residential Market Activity

The REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) reported a total of 718 sales of residential properties within the RAHB market area for January 2022. Sales of residential properties were reported to have had a decrease of 11 per cent in January 2022 and a decrease of 13.5 per cent compared to the same time last year.

It was reported that the average price of a residential property in January 2022 was $1,058,756. This was a 13.6 per cent increase from December 2021 and a 34.7 per cent increase compared to January 2021. While the average price of a residential property saw an increase in January, and when it came to active new listings, they remained low at 0.6 months.

The above chart, Residential Market Activity, shows us each area within Hamilton and the surrounding areas. We are able to see what area had the highest average residential property price as well as what area had the greatest number of sales.

It was reported by RAHB, that the area with the highest average residential property price was Flamborough. The price of a residential property in this area was reported to be $1,744,621. There were a reported 20 sales in this area for January 2022.

The area that was reported to have the greatest number of sales in Hamilton for January 2022 was the Hamilton Mountain. This area had a reported 94 sales, with an average residential property price of $901,855. We should also note that Burlington had a total of 147 sales, with an average residential property price of $1,369,337.

Ancaster was close behind Burlington when it came to the average property price, which was $1,359,010 and a total of 38 sales. The below map shows an more in-depth look at the Hamilton market area in regards to property sales and average sale prices. 

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Average Price by District

The above map, Average Price by District, illustrates each area within the Hamilton real estate market area. It shows us what the average price of a residential property was in January 2022, as well as how many sales were reported. The sub areas we should take note of for January 2022, that had the greatest number of sales were; 16,42,51 and 53.

RAHB reported that the area with the highest average residential property price was Flamborough, it was reported to be $1,744,621 (sub areas 40,43,44 and 45). It was also reported that Flamborough had a total of 20 sales for January 2022.

The above map also illustrates that the sub area that had the greatest number of sales, which was area 42, located in Ancaster. This area had a total of 38 sales and an average residential property price f $1,359,010. Let’s now take a look at the chart below, Hamilton Residential Table, so we can get a closer look at Hamilton’s overall real estate statistics.

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Hamilton Residential Table

The final chart that we will review today is the, Hamilton Residential Table, which shows us the overall real estate statistics for January 2022. It was reported that the average residential property price was $976,423. This was a 34.4 per cent increase when compared to the same time last year.

When it came to the amount of residential property sales, there were a reported 404 sales, this was a 16.9 per cent decrease compared to January 2021. New listings also saw a decrease of 13.3 per cent, with a total of 535.

The average number of days that a listing remained on the market decreased by 4.7 days, resulting in a total of 15.4 days. It was also reported that the medium price of a residential property had a 32.9 per cent increase compared to the same time last year and was $888,000.

REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington January 2022 Statistics

To summarized, the REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) reported a total of 718 sales of residential properties within the RAHB market area for January 2022. The sales of residential properties saw a decrease of 11 per cent and a decrease of 13.5 per cent compared to January 2021.

When it came to the average price of a single-family detached residential property, it stayed above $1,000,000 across the RAHB market area. In Hamilton area the average price of a single-family detached property was reported to be $1,089,916. That was an increase of almost 18 per cent month over month. There were 290 new listings for this type of property reported in January 2022.

It was reported that the number of sales of townhomes within the RAHB market area saw a decrease of almost 8 per cent month over month. There was also a decrease of about 6 per cent from the same time last year. The average price of a townhome in the RAHB market area was reported to have been $891,988. This was an increase of 10 per cent month over month and a 34.1 per cent increase when compared to the same time last year.

Apartment-Style properties within the RAHB market area saw a 16.5 per cent increase when it came to sales, month over month. The number of new listings saw an increase of 40 per cent month over month and a decrease of 20 per cent when compared to the same time last year. The average property price of this type of property was reported to be $686,169.

“The average sale price for all residential properties reached a record-high in January at $1,058,756 across the RAHB market area. This is the first time that the average sale price has topped $1,000,000. If we look at the average sale price by area, Hamilton came in at $976,423; Burlington was $1,369,337; Niagara North was $1,045,801, and Haldimand County was $873,280. Specific neighbourhoods in each area often see differing averages, which is why it is so important to talk to a local RAHB REALTOR® whether you are thinking about buying or selling.” - RAHB President Lou Piriano.

For More Information About These Statistics

If you’re looking for a more in-depth matrix of these statistics, please refer to the Hamilton Real Estate Statistics for January 2022.

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Hamilton Real Estate Market Statistics for 2021

 Friday, January 21, 2022     Kirsten McNamee     Local Hamilton Market Statistics Real Estate Trends

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Total Market Activity

The REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) reported a total of 16,502 sales of residential properties within the RAHB market area for 2021. In this blog we’ll review the year-end real estate market statistics for the RAHB market area, as well as the Hamilton market.

These residential sales statistics were processed through the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) System in 2021. It was reported that the average price of a residential property within the RAHB market area was $867,560, this was a 25.74 per cent increase when compared to 2020. When we compare the average price of a residential property sale price in 2011, we can see that there was a 169.89 per cent increase. This increase took place over a ten year period, as reported by RAHB.

The above chart, Total Market Activity, allows us to compare each area within the RAHB real estate market area. We're able to see what the average price of a residential property was in 2021 and 2020, as well as how many sales were reported. It was reported that the area with the greatest number of sales for 2021 was the Hamilton Mountain. With a total of 2,373 sales in 2021 and an average property price of $763,467, this was an increase when compared to 2020.

It was reported that the area with the highest average property price for 2021 was, Flamborough. With an average property price of $1,281,380 and a total of 331 sales in 2021. Another area to take note of is Ancaster, with the second highest average residential property price of $1,186,531 and a total of 807 sales. Let’s now take a look at the below map, Average Residential Price by District, and get a closer look at each sub area in Hamilton.

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Average Residential Price by District

The above map Average Residential Price by District, illustrates each individual sub area in Hamilton. These sub areas show us what the average price was for a residential property and how many sales there were in 2021. Sub areas that had the greatest number of sales in 2021 were, 16, 20, 42, 51 and 53.

It was reported that the area with the highest average residential property price was in Flamborough (sub areas 40, 43, 44 & 45), with an average price of $1,281,380. We can also see that the sub area with the greatest number of sales was area 51, which is located in Stoney Creek and had a total of 963 sales. The average residential property price in area 51 was $831,656. Let’s take a closer look at the real estate statistics for Hamilton in 2021 by looking at the next chart, Hamilton Residential Table for 2021.

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Hamilton Residential Table

The final chart we’re going to review is the, Hamilton Residential Table, we can review the overall real estate statistics for Hamilton in 2021. It was reported that there was a total of 10,188 sales in 2021. This was an 11 per cent increase when compared to 2020.

It was also reported that when it came to the average price of a residential property price, there was a 26.8 per cent increase to $789,959. When it came to new listings in Hamilton, there was a total of 12,455 in 2021, which was a 9.9 per cent increase compared to last year.

REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington Year-End 2021 Statistics

To summarize, the REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) reported a total of 16,502 sales of residential properties within the RAHB market area in 2021. When it came to the average property price within the total RAHB market area, we saw a 25.74 per cent increase when compared to 2020, to $867,560.

“After a strong finish to the year in 2020, the market continued with feverish momentum fueled by high demand throughout 2021 which led to new records being recorded month after month.2021 marked the first year that greater than 16,000 residential transactions occurred in the RAHB market area with the previous record set in 2016. The record-high sales activity was supported by historically low mortgage rates. Real estate continues to be one of the best investments and it’s never too early to talk to a local RAHB REALTOR® about your real estate goals.” - RAHB’s 2022 President, Lou Piriano

For More Information About These Statistics

For more information on the 2021 year-end market statistics please see the links below for the numerous year end statistical reports provided by the REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB).

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Have you been curious about what your home is worth? Try our What’s My Home Worth calculator and find out. All of us at Judy Marsales are looking forward to working with you and helping you find the right home. Watch for our next blog in February where we’ll review the January 2022 real estate statistics and see what the start of the year has been like.


Hamilton Real Estate Market Statistics for December 2021

 Friday, January 7, 2022     Kirsten McNamee     Local Hamilton Market Statistics Real Estate Trends

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Residential Market Activity

The REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) reported a total of 877 sales of residential properties within the RAHB market area for December 2021. Sales of residential properties were reported to have had a decrease of 32 per cent compared to November 2021 and a decrease of 11 per cent compared to the same time last year.

New listings were reported to have had a decrease of 50 per cent compared to the previous month, and six per cent compared to December 2020. When it came to the average price of a residential property there was a two per cent increase compared to November 2021 to $931,787, this was a 27 per cent increase when compared to the same time last year.

The above chart, Residential Market Activity, allows us to see each area within the RAHB market area. We are able to see what the average price of a residential property was and how many sales there were for the month. We can then compare those numbers to the same time last year and see if there were decreases or increases. 

It was reported that the area with the greatest number of residential property sales in December 2021 was the Hamilton Mountain. There were a total of 127 sales and with an average property price of $883,826.The above chart also shows us what area had the highest average property price. For December 2021 that area was Ancaster, with an average property price of $1,353,962. This was an increase when compared to the same time last year. Ancaster also reported to have had a total of 28 sales, which is a decrease compared to December 2020.

Another area to take note of is Flamborough, which had the second highest average property price of $1,326,038. This area reported a total of 10 sales for December 2021, a slight decrease when compared to the same time last year. We can now take a look at the below map and get an even more detailed look at sales and residential property prices within the Hamilton real estate market.

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Average Price by District

The above map, Average Price by District, illustrates which areas the average residential property prices within the Hamilton area. It also allows us to see how many sales there were within each area. The sub areas that we need to take note of for December 2021, that had the greatest number of sales were; 16, 42, 51 and 53.

It was reported that the area with the highest average residential property price was Ancaster, located in sub area 42. The price of a residential property in this area was $1,353,962, with a total of 28 sales.

The above map also shows us the sub area that had the greatest number of residential property sales for December 2021. This area was area 51 which is located in Stoney Creek, with a total of 49 sales and an average property price of $950,000. We can now take a look at our final chart below and get a look at Hamilton’s overall real estate statistics.

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Hamilton Residential Table

Finally let’s take a look at our final chart the, Hamilton Residential Table, and we can review the overall real estate statistics for December 2021. It was reported that the average residential property price was $861,695, this is a 30.1 per cent increase compared to the same time last year.

When it came to the sales of residential properties, there was a reported 532 sales, which was a decrease of 7.8 per cent compared to December 2020. New listings also saw a decrease, this time of 6.9 per cent with a total of 402 new listings.

The average number of days a property stayed on the market was 14.7 days, that’s a decrease of 5.7 days compared to the same time last year. It was reported that the median sale price of a property in Hamilton in December 2021 was $820,000, this was a 33.3 per cent increase.

REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington December 2021 Statistics

To summarize, the REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) reported a total of 877 sales of residential properties within the RAHB market area for December 2021. When it came to the sales of residential properties were reported to have had a decrease of 32 per cent compared to November 2021 and a decrease of 11 per cent compared to the same time last year.

Single family detached properties within the RAHB market area had an average property price of $1,000,000. There were reported to be less than 200 new listings in the market area. When it came to the number of sales for townhouses, RAHB reported that there was a 34 per cent decrease when compared to November 2021. There was also a decrease of 42 per cent when to came to the number of new listings of townhouses.

When we take a look at the number of sales for apartment-style listings within the RAHB market area, we can see that there was a 35 per cent decrease when compared to the same time last year. While the number of new listings saw a 42 per cent decrease when compared to November 2021. It was also reported that the average sale price of an apartment-style property was $616,064, this was an increase compared November 2021.

“December 2021 saw a new residential average sale price record to close out the year. The number of properties changing hands in December did not rival the momentum from December 2020, however, we have never seen the months of inventory and active listings available this low before. Generally, most people wait until after the holidays to list their homes, but with approximately 300 residential properties on the market heading into 2022, we are expecting to continue to see tight conditions with such low levels of supply.” - RAHB President Lou Piriano.

For More Information About These Statistics

If you're looking for a more in-depth matrix of these statistics, please refer to the Hamilton Real Estate Statistics for December 2021.

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If you have any questions about the December 2021 real estate statistics and would like to contact one of our sales representatives to learn more, you can at any one of our three locations. Have you been wondering what your property might be worth? Try our What’s My Home Worth calculator and find out. All of us at Judy Marsales are looking forward to working with you and helping you find the right home.