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Total Area Summary Sep. 2011 YTD Sep. 2010 YTD %+/-

Listings (Units) 5,253 5,127 2.5%

Expired Listings (Units) 2,142 2,195 -2.4%

Sales (Units) 1415 1513 -6.5%

Sales ($) $418,954,498 $429,641,706 -2.5%

Sales $1 to $199,999 (Units) 439 537 -18.2%

Sales $200K to $349,999 (Units) 648 656 -1.2%

Sales $350K to $499,999(Units) 191 177 7.9%

Sales $500K to $799,999K (Units) 98 108 -9.3%

Sales $800K to $999,999K (Units) 15 12 25.0%

Sales $1.0 Million + 24 23 4.3%

Average Residential Price $327,219 $313,990 4.2%

GEORGIAN TRIANGLE REAL ESTATE BOARD

Market Summary Results 2010 vs 2011

Residential Activity By Area Sep. 2011 YTD Sep. 2010 YTD %+/-

Clearview (Units) 116 122 -4.9%

12 Month Average Price $302,402 $334,530 -9.6%

Collingwood (Units) 237 223 6.3%

12 Month Average Price $293,060 $269,886 8.6%

Grey Highlands (Units) 60 79 -24.1%

12 Month Average Price $340,075 $328,390 3.6%

Municipality Meaford (Units) 74 99 -25.3%

12 Month Average Price $290,508 $260,555 11.5%

Mulmur (Units) 4 9 -55.6%

12 Month Average Price $1,364,600 $424,140 221.7%

Town Blue Mountains (Units) 109 116 -6.0%

12 Month Average Price $550,997 $492,161 12.0%

Tiny Township (Units) 22 28 -21.4%

12 Month Average Price $318,559 $286,623 11.1%

Wasaga Beach (Units) 292 295 -1.0%

12 Month Average Price $273,719 $271,420 0.8%

NOTE: These statistics are compiled using data from the MLS® system of the Georgian Triangle

Real Estate Board.

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market stats .... 2011 vs. 2010

Note: The above statistical results are from the MLS® system of the Georgian Triangle Association of REALTORS®.

Georgian Triangle Association of REALTORS®

Georgian Triangle Association of REALTORS®

MLS® Listing & Sales Market Snapshot

MLS® Listing & Sales Market Snapshot

September 2011 YTD

Q3 2011 vs Q3 2010

YTD 2011

YTD 2010

% +/-

Q3 2011

Q3 2010

% +/-

YTD Unit Sales

1,415

1,513

-6.5%

Q3 Unit Sales

526

528

-0.4%

YTD Listings

5,253

5,127

2.5%

Q3 Listings

1,799

1,596

12.7%

YTD $ Volume

$418,954,498

$429,641,706

-2.5%

Q3 $ Volume

$152,095,968

$148,386,652

2.5%

# Sales to $249,999

727

805

-9.7%

# Sales to $249,999

281

285

-1.4%

$250,000 to $499,999

551

565

-2.5%

$250,000 to $499,999

192

190

1.1%

$500,000 to $999,999

113

120

-5.8%

$500,000 to $999,999

46

45

2.2%

$1.0 Million +

24

23

4.3%

$1.0 Million +

7

8

-12.5%

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Price Reduced on 205-14 Ramblewood Drive in Wasaga West

Wasaga West, Wasaga Beach  -  Announcing a price reduction on 205-14 Ramblewood Drive, a 16,000 sq. ft. 2 story "4 units available". Now MLS® $300,000 CAD - Negotiable - finishes.

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Price Reduced on 3 Matthew Court Wasaga Beach in Wasaga Sands

Wasaga Sands, Wasaga Beach  -  Announcing a price reduction on 3 Matthew Court Wasaga Beach, a 3,000 sq. ft., 3 bath, 3 bdrm 2 story "+ extra room above the garage". Now MLS® $399,900 CAD - well featured home.

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5 Budget-Friendly Bathroom Spruce-Ups

You’ve probably heard from friends, real estate professionals, and on television that bathrooms and kitchens sell houses.

But what happens if you are preparing your home for sale and you don’t have the money or interest in spending thousands of dollars renovating bathrooms that you won’t be around to enjoy? Many sellers also report that their buyers feel more comfortable when the information from a pre-sale inspection is shared early on, even if the buyers choose to have their own home inspection as well.

There are many quick, easy, do-it-yourself ways to bring out the best in your home’s bathrooms that will impress buyers and leave your wallet intact.

Declutter
Cost: $0. Nothing makes small bathrooms look bigger and more luxurious than open space. Clear extra items like toothbrush holders and personal care tools off of counters to reveal wide-open countertops. Tidy up your shower and bath area and get rid of extra bottles.

Paint
Cost: $25-$50. Give your bathrooms a facelift with a fresh, modern color. One can of paint from your local hardware store should be enough to cover most small bathrooms. Add a few tools like brushes, drop cloths, and rollers and you’re on your way. Pick up your favorite home décor magazine or search online for color inspiration.

Redecorate
Cost: $50-$200. Choose a new look and feel for your bathroom. Search your local discount stores, which offer great deals on home accents. Pick up some luxe towels and rugs, soothing candles, and accent pieces to give your bathroom a relaxing spa feel. Consider an age- and gender-neutral theme to appeal to more buyers.

Declutter
Cost: $0. Nothing makes small bathrooms look bigger and more luxurious than open space. Clear extra items like toothbrush holders and personal care tools off of counters to reveal wide-open countertops. Tidy up your shower and bath area and get rid of extra bottles.

Update fixtures
Cost: $100-$300. Outdated fixtures can easily make your bathroom look dated. A small investment in new faucets, lighting, and even towel racks can bring your bathroom into this century and make older tubs, toilets, and sinks look new again.

Replace vanity and mirror
Cost: $300-$800. If your cabinets, surfaces, and sink are truly an eyesore, consider buying a new vanity. At your local home improvement store, you can find easy-to-install combination packages that include a standalone cabinet, sink, hardware, and instructions. Hang a new mirror and give your bathroom a fresh look

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OTTAWA – August 16, 2011 – The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) has revised its forecast for home sales activity via the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) Systems of Canadian real estate Boards and Associations for 2011 and 2012.

Overall, sales activity and prices remained stronger than expected in the second quarter. Sales momentum was also better than expected heading into the third quarter. As a result, the 2011 national forecasts for sales activity and average price have been raised slightly.

National sales activity is forecast to reach 450,800 units in 2011, up less than one per cent from levels in 2010. CREA had previously forecast a decline of about one per cent for activity in 2011. Erosion in affordability due to higher prices has prompted a small downward revision to the outlook for sales in 2012.

British Columbia’s 2011 sales forecast has been revised slightly higher, in recognition that home sales there appear to have bottomed out sooner than previously anticipated. Stronger than expected activity in Ontario offset slightly softer than anticipated demand in Quebec, Manitoba, and Newfoundland in the second quarter of 2011. Accordingly, the Ontario sales forecast for 2011 has been raised, while the outlook for activity in Quebec, Manitoba, and Newfoundland has been revised lower.

National sales activity in 2012 is forecast to ease seven tenths of a percentage point to 447,700 units, which is roughly on par with its ten-year average.

"While there had been some talk of potential interest rate increases, that hasn’t happened," said Gary Morse, CREA President. "In fact, rates have actually come down, and are now expected to remain low for the remainder of this year and into 2012. It’s a great opportunity to purchase a property with financing at very favourable rates."

The national average home price is forecast to rise 7.2 per cent in 2011 to $363,500. This is an increase from the previous forecast, reflecting continued strong price growth in Vancouver in the second quarter of 2011 and acceleration in prices elsewhere, particularly Toronto. These two markets exert an outsized influence on the national average due to their relatively high level of activity and average price.

The national average home price is expected to moderate in the second half of 2011, returning to normal following a heavily skewed start to the year. In the first half of 2011, the national average home price was pushed upward by a surge in multi-million dollar sales in selected areas of Greater Vancouver and a higher than normal share of overall sales in more expensive markets.

"Some of the expected moderation in the national average price is seasonal, with average price peaking in many local markets during the second quarter of any year," said Gregory Klump, CREA’s Chief Economist. "Elevated shares of provincial and national sales activity in Vancouver and Toronto are also expected to return to more normal levels, contributing to an anticipated moderation in average price in British Columbia, Ontario, and nationally."

"Additional new listings are anticipated to result in a more balanced resale housing market in most provinces," said Klump. "The national average price is forecast to stabilize in 2012, although at a slightly higher level than previously expected." Page 2

For more information, please contact:

Pierre Leduc, Media Relations

The Canadian Real Estate Association

613-237-7111 or 613 884-1460

Email: pleduc@crea.ca Page 3

CREA Residential Market Forecast: Sales Activity Forecast

2010

2010 Annual Percentage Change

2011 Forecast

2011 Annual Percentage Change

2012 Forecast

2012 Annual Percentage Change

Canada

446,936

-3.9

450,800

0.9

447,700

-0.7

British Columbia

74,640

-12.2

77,000

3.2

76,000

-1.3

Alberta

49,723

-13.6

53,350

7.3

57,000

6.8

Saskatchewan

10,872

-2.0

11,450

5.3

12,000

4.8

Manitoba

13,164

0.6

13,550

2.9

13,800

1.8

Ontario

195,591

-0.1

195,300

-0.1

188,600

-3.4

Quebec

80,052

1.2

77,000

-3.8

77,050

0.1

New Brunswick

6,702

-4.3

6,800

1.5

6,800

0.0

Nova Scotia

10,036

0.1

10,100

0.6

10,200

1.0

Prince Edward Island

1,487

5.9

1,480

-0.5

1,480

0.0

Newfoundland

4,236

-4.1

4,250

0.3

4,350

2.4

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• 1,300 sq. ft., 1 bath, 3 bdrm 1 1/2 story "Solid 1800's bungalow construction" - MLS® $235,000 CAD - Collingwood Bungalow

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Price Reduced on 147 Second Street in Collingwood Central

Collingwood Central, Collingwood  -  Announcing a price reduction on 147 Second Street, a 1,300 sq. ft., 1 bath, 3 bdrm 1 1/2 story "Solid 1800's bungalow construction". Now MLS® $235,000 CAD - Collingwood Bungalow.

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2 Story Split For Sale in Collingwood Central


separate metres = legal

• 2,800 sq. ft., 4 bath, 5 bdrm 2 story split "unit 1 - 2 story unit 2 - 1 story " - MLS® $250,000 CAD - 2 units = great income

 -  Oak Street & First Address
24 Oak Street, Collingwood Central, Collingwood, Ontario, L9Y 2X8, Canada

Description
Fantastic investment opportunity in downtown Collingwood.
Tenants will stay!
Current rents for 2 units = 1048 & 650
Landlord pays water and one gas meter.

Property is well located to continue to provide a great rental dwelling within alking distance to all amenities, schools, shopping, employment, churches, and the sparkling waters of Georgian Bay.

First unit includes open basement with kitchenette and bathroom with shower. Main floor has plank flooring with one bedroom, a full oak kitchen & living are. 2nd floor has 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom with room to add 3rd bedroom.

Second unit includes a vaulted ceiling, large showroom kitchen, 1 full bathroom and 1 bathroom with shower, in the basement which compliments laundry and 2 bedrooms.

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Features
Full Town Lot
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Correct Initial Pricing

A real estate professional can provide the knowledge, research and advice a seller may seek in order to identify the proper listing price for a property. A REALTOR® best serves this critical timing of a property’s exposure to the market, with access to the MLS® database and the host of other tools available to us.

Education

Prior to obtaining a license to legally practice in the real estate profession, a rigorous series of courses and examinations must be successfully completed. This is followed by a two year articling period in which a further set of courses and examinations must be completed. All of the above courses must be completed with a high degree of proficiency. Further courses must be taken annually on an ongoing basis to maintain one’s license. This legally mandated initial and ongoing education promotes increased competence and professionalism in our industry.

MLS®

Real estate professionals in Canada have access to one of the best real estate databases in the world. Our MLS® system is effective, organized and highly developed. Continually updated and ever present, MLS® data is a valuable tool available to all licensed salespeople and brokers.

Business/Negotiation Skills

Real estate professionals bring a wealth of experience and skills to complicated negotiation processes. They can provide insight into strategies and procedures to help in successful offer, leasing and sales contracts. Negotiations, which frequently involve a seller's most valuable asset - as well as their home - often become emotionally charged. Keeping business principles first and foremost in focus, is part of our job description and is critical to our client’s success.

Production Management

Behind the scenes, real estate salespeople engage in many tasks every day to keep the various processes (listing, marketing, liaising, sales contracts) moving smoothly. We are constantly engaged with marketing services, municipalities, appraisers, lawyers, financial institutions, construction services and condominium management providers. This is a short list that provides just a glimpse of the various groups that must be consulted to successfully complete most real estate transactions.

Copyright 2011, Georgian Triangle Real Estate Board

Why use a REALTOR®

Local Specialized Knowledge: Data

REALTORS® in their respective trading areas have access to detailed data pertaining to listings and sales in that area. There is also historical data available to aid in the various tasks necessary with the listing and sales process. This actual data is bolstered by wealth of "common" knowledge within the ranks of veteran real estate salespeople who are a valuable source of resource material.

Local Specialized Knowledge: The Extras

REALTORS® in specific trading areas are also very knowledgeable of municipal, legislative and other governmental factors/applicability that directly affect value, salability and usability of the given property. An example of this would be the knowledge that the Nottawasaga Valley and Grey Sauble Conservation Authority may need to be consulted for a building permit near a watercourse in certain areas. This matter would be discussed and usually made a condition of any written agreement, to allow a buyer time to investigate and satisfy themselves as to the affect of such developmental control. In addition to the above factors, local REALTORS® operating in a predominantly rural area would be very familiar with well, well water and septic clauses.

Electronic Lock Boxes

Long a progressive and technologically inclined group, GTREB adopted a board-wide policy which made electronic lock boxes mandatory for all listings. This policy ensures security, while improving access to our various listings. Issues of credibility and accountability are also greatly improved by this policy: REALTORS® can track who accessed a lockbox, when it was opened and for how long, for every showing. Statistics may be gleaned from these devices, which is provided to the membership. Examples of this are graphs of Board-wide showing activity over the year and time of day graphs of same.

Local Contact Benefits

GTREB REALTORS® have built relationships with local contractors, legal professionals and governmental authorities. These relationships benefit our buyers and sellers in many ways. From preparing a property for listing, building a home, obtaining legal advice, or investigating the uses or legality of an existing property, local real estate professionals know who to call, when. These associations help our clients meet their goals of selling, leasing or buying a property.

Production Specialists

More of a combination of all of the above, GTREB REALTORS® are intrinsically linked to the products they sell. They live here. They know what it takes to list and sell the various types of real estate in this area. The diverse nature of our property types and areas requires a great deal of co-ordination and action, often behind the scenes. Research occurs before each showing; offer preparation is distinct for each type of property and successful closings increasingly require a skillful touch with a variety of associated professionals. Specific local expertise and skills are important in each phase of the sales process. From condominiums to farms from chalets to bungalows, GTREB REALTORS® are knowledgeable, trustworthy and capable.

Copyright 2011, Georgian Triangle Real Estate Board

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OTTAWA – June 15th, 2011 – According to statistics released today by The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA),

national resale housing activity remained stable in May compared to April.

Highlights:

• Sales activity held steady from April to May, but posted the first year-over-year gain in over a year due to

falling demand in May 2010.

• Year-to-date sales are in line with the ten-year average.

• New listings also remained stable from April to May.

• National housing market remains firmly entrenched in balanced territory.

• National average price is still being skewed upward by historically high sales activity in certain Vancouver

neighbourhoods.

Seasonally adjusted national home sales activity

edged down by less than one per cent in May 2011

compared to the previous month. Among major

markets were activity declines in Vancouver and

Ottawa, offsetting gains in Edmonton and Toronto,

where sales reached the second highest level on

record for the month of May.

Actual (not seasonally adjusted) activity came in 2.7

per cent above levels reported last May. This was

the first year-over-year increase in more than a year,

reflecting falling sales activity in May 2010. Activity

fell sharply last year between April and July, with

May marking the mid-point of that slide. Although

activity has been more stable this year, last year’s

sales volatility is expected to continue to affect yearover-

year comparisons in the months ahead.

A total of 196,749 homes have traded hands via

Canadian MLS® Systems so far this year. This is in line with the ten-year average for year-to-date activity in May.

“The Canadian housing market has seen some big ups and downs in recent years, making national sales activity so far

this year look like something of a Goldilocks story by comparison – not too hot, not too cold,” said Gary Morse, CREA’s

President. “Since local housing market trends often differ from national trends, buyers and sellers should consult their

local REALTOR® to understand how the housing market is shaping up where they live.”

Seasonally adjusted new residential listings were little changed from April to May, edging up one tenth of a percentage

point. The number of newly listed homes fell in Vancouver, Fraser Valley and the Okanagan region in May, offsetting

small gains in Toronto and Montreal.

With sales and new listings holding steady on a national basis in May, the resale housing market remained firmly

planted in balanced territory. The national sales-to-new listings ratio, a measure of market balance, stood at 52.1 per

cent in May, little changed from 52.5 per cent in April.

Canadian home sales stable in May

Data table available to media upon request, for purposes of reprinting only.

Based on a sales-to-new listings ratio of between 40 and 60 per cent, housing markets were balanced in 62 of 101

real estate boards in Canada. Less than half of the rest can be characterized as sellers’ markets, based on a ratio

above 60 per cent. “For the most part, sellers’ markets became slightly more balanced than the previous month,” said

Gregory Klump, CREA’s Chief Economist. “Toronto stood out as an exception, with sales activity there growing faster

than new supply.”

The seasonally adjusted number of months of inventory stood at 6.1 months at the end of May on a national basis. This

is little changed compared to the six months of inventory at the end of April 2011. The number of months of inventory

represents the number of months it would take to sell current inventories at the current rate of sales activity, and is

another measure of the balance between housing supply and demand.

The national average price for homes sold in May 2011 was $376,817, up 8.6 per cent from the same month last year.

A number of compositional factors skewed the national average price upward in May. These factors include historically

high sales activity in selected pricey Vancouver neighbourhoods and broadly based price gains in Toronto, where

supply remains tight relative to demand. If Vancouver sales are excluded from the calculation, the year-over-year

change in the national average price amounts to 5.6 per cent; excluding Toronto and Vancouver shrinks the increase

to 3.7 per cent.

“Changes in the national average home price reflect variations in home sales activity across and within local markets,”

said Klump. “Failure to recognize changes in the mix of sales activity can lead to misinterpretation of average price

fluctuations. It can also give rise to faulty predictions of broadly based home price deflation by way of price correction.”

PLEASE NOTE: The information contained in this news release combines both major market and national

MLS® sales information from the previous month.

CREA cautions that average price information can be useful in establishing trends over time, but does not indicate

actual prices in centres comprised of widely divergent neighbourhoods or account for price differential between

geographic areas. Statistical information contained in this report includes all housing types.

MLS® is a co-operative marketing system used only by Canada’s real estate Boards to ensure maximum exposure of

properties listed for sale.

The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) is one of Canada’s largest single-industry trade associations,

representing more than 100,000 REALTORS® working through more than 100 real estate Boards and Associations.

Further information can be found at http://www.crea.ca/public/news_stats/media.htm.

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For more information, please contact:

Pierre Leduc, Media Relations

The Canadian Real Estate Association

P: 613-237-7111 or 613-884-1460

E: pleduc@crea.ca

June 15th 2011 Issued by: CREA Communications Department

Chart 1 Chart 2

Chart 3 Chart 4

Chart 5 Chart 6

May 2011

May 2011 Apr 2011

monthly

percentage

change

May 2011 May 2010

year-over-year

percentage

change

May 2011 Apr 2011

monthly

percentage

change

May 2011 May 2010

year-over-year

percentage

change

Fraser Valley 683.3 687.2 -0.6 864.2 667.7 29.4 621.8 645.5 -3.7 796.1 642.1 24.0

Vancouver 2,194.9 2,292.7 -4.3 2,904.7 2,142.2 35.6 2,147.0 2,286.5 -6.1 2,853.1 2,118.9 34.6

Victoria 215.0 237.6 -9.5 293.3 352.7 -16.9 205.9 225.4 -8.6 287.3 346.2 -17.0

Calgary 759.8 785.2 -3.2 1,000.2 985.9 1.4 713.3 725.4 -1.7 923.2 891.5 3.6

Edmonton 532.8 517.3 3.0 761.6 706.5 7.8 456.5 438.4 4.1 665.4 621.8 7.0

Regina 90.6 83.0 9.1 124.0 97.2 27.5 85.8 80.5 6.6 119.0 91.5 30.1

Saskatoon 126.4 115.1 9.9 167.5 132.8 26.2 100.2 90.4 10.8 134.5 104.3 29.0

Winnipeg 232.8 230.1 1.2 350.0 325.9 7.4 224.4 224.8 -0.1 339.5 319.0 6.4

Hamilton-Burlington 392.4 400.9 -2.1 540.8 459.2 17.8 368.2 379.6 -3.0 520.1 443.8 17.2

Kitchener-Waterloo 180.2 180.1 0.0 250.4 213.6 17.3 177.1 167.8 5.6 237.7 204.4 16.3

London and St Thomas 163.7 164.4 -0.5 229.1 234.2 -2.2 154.8 154.8 0.0 222.5 217.0 2.5

Ottawa 386.7 396.4 -2.5 593.7 578.4 2.6 379.0 390.0 -2.8 588.5 572.8 2.8

St. Catharines 52.3 58.9 -11.3 67.4 89.5 -24.6 47.8 54.1 -11.6 64.7 86.4 -25.1

Sudbury 46.9 49.1 -4.5 66.3 65.2 1.7 43.5 44.5 -2.3 61.0 60.6 0.6

Thunder Bay 27.7 27.2 1.8 38.7 32.8 18.1 25.3 25.0 1.2 35.6 32.4 9.9

Toronto3,547.7 3,430.8 3.4 4,877.1 4,229.2 15.3 3,541.2 3,433.7 3.1 4,877.1 4,229.2 15.3

Windsor-Essex 71.6 78.2 -8.4 86.9 83.5 4.1 65.0 67.6 -3.8 79.7 78.9 1.0

Trois Rivières CMA 13.7 12.6 8.7 17.2 16.8 2.4 12.6 11.9 5.5 15.4 13.4 14.6

Montreal CMA 1,049.2 1,048.7 0.1 1,383.3 1,355.8 2.0 972.2 972.8 -0.1 1,298.5 1,303.2 -0.4

Gatineau CMA 68.7 72.6 -5.3 99.1 107.8 -8.1 65.8 69.6 -5.4 96.2 104.3 -7.8

Quebec CMA 160.3 146.7 9.2 198.9 155.9 27.6 152.2 141.6 7.5 189.7 146.2 29.8

Saguenay CMA 19.6 22.8 -14.0 29.6 26.5 11.7 19.9 21.5 -7.7 28.6 25.1 13.9

Saint John 27.2 27.4 -0.9 32.8 32.2 2.1 25.7 24.8 3.7 31.6 29.6 6.9

Halifax-Dartmouth 119.7 124.6 -4.0 178.3 184.3 -3.3 115.3 120.7 -4.5 173.3 179.4 -3.4

Newfoundland & Labrador 88.4 99.4 -11.0 84.2 87.6 -3.9 85.9 94.2 -8.8 80.5 79.8 0.9

Canada 14,110.7 14,152.8 -0.3 19,147.2 17,193.0 11.4 13,411.4 13,510.5 -0.7 18,319.3 16,417.7 11.6

* in millions of dollars

Detailed data for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) market area can be found at http://www.torontorealestateboard.com/consumer_info/market_news/index.htm

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Dollar Volume over MLS® Systems of Select Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Dollar Volume*

Total1 Residential

s.a.2 nsa3 s.a.2 nsa3

May 2011

May 2011 Apr 2011

monthly

percentage

change

May 2011 May 2010

year-over-year

percentage

change

May 2011 Apr 2011

monthly

percentage

change

May 2011 May 2010

year-over-year

percentage

change

Fraser Valley 1,295 1,327 -2.4 1,608 1,477 8.9 1,202 1,227 -2.0 1,512 1,403 7.8

Vancouver 2,702 2,856 -5.4 3,524 3,266 7.9 2,650 2,850 -7.0 3,431 3,202 7.2

Victoria 423 476 -11.1 572 695 -17.7 399 449 -11.1 545 672 -18.9

Calgary 1,834 1,840 -0.3 2,335 2,255 3.5 1,767 1,794 -1.5 2,219 2,133 4.0

Edmonton 1,591 1,504 5.8 2,266 2,052 10.4 1,412 1,343 5.1 2,007 1,825 10.0

Regina 308 306 0.7 412 376 9.6 298 293 1.7 401 363 10.5

Saskatoon 426 377 13.0 554 465 19.1 324 296 9.5 423 354 19.5

Winnipeg 1,025 1,025 0.0 1,463 1,394 4.9 949 970 -2.2 1,366 1,342 1.8

Hamilton-Burlington 1,156 1,205 -4.1 1,561 1,451 7.6 1,104 1,154 -4.3 1,508 1,406 7.3

Kitchener-Waterloo 593 568 4.4 748 706 5.9 556 529 5.1 704 673 4.6

London and St Thomas 675 672 0.4 930 969 -4.0 649 648 0.2 897 919 -2.4

Ottawa 1,113 1,177 -5.4 1,700 1,769 -3.9 1,010 1,114 -9.3 1,667 1,713 -2.7

St. Catharines 226 225 0.4 298 354 -15.8 218 211 3.3 289 338 -14.5

Sudbury 217 210 3.3 291 287 1.4 198 193 2.6 263 261 0.8

Thunder Bay 187 180 3.9 245 226 8.4 164 160 2.5 213 214 -0.5

Toronto† 7,495 7,430 0.9 10,045 9,470 6.1 7,524 7,353 2.3 10,045 9,470 6.1

Windsor-Essex 422 449 -6.0 504 525 -4.0 386 413 -6.5 468 498 -6.0

Trois Rivières CMA 83 83 0.0 106 94 12.8 79 77 2.6 98 85 15.3

Montreal CMA 3,347 3,355 -0.2 4,333 4,525 -4.2 3,231 3,201 0.9 4,186 4,380 -4.4

Gatineau CMA 289 298 -3.0 433 493 -12.2 293 305 -3.9 415 463 -10.4

Quebec CMA 646 606 6.6 784 668 17.4 615 580 6.0 752 621 21.1

Saguenay CMA 124 129 -3.9 174 155 12.3 106 117 -9.4 156 144 8.3

Saint John 160 157 1.9 200 202 -1.0 144 138 4.3 173 170 1.8

Halifax-Dartmouth 485 500 -3.0 690 722 -4.4 459 465 -1.3 658 678 -2.9

Newfoundland & Labrador 380 420 -9.5 364 388 -6.2 345 374 -7.8 327 338 -3.3

Canada 38,742 39,097 -0.9 51,615 50,472 2.3 36,410 36,621 -0.6 48,616 47,320 2.7

Detailed data for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) market area can be found at http://www.torontorealestateboard.com/consumer_info/market_news/index.htm

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Sales Activity over MLS® Systems of Select Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Sales Activity

Total1 Residential

s.a.2 nsa3 s.a.2 nsa3

May 2011

May 2011 Apr 2011

monthly

percentage

change

May 2011 May 2010

year-over-year

percentage

change

May 2011 Apr 2011

monthly

percentage

change

May 2011 May 2010

year-over-year

percentage

change

Fraser Valley 2,399 2,564 -6.4 3,070 3,457 -11.2 2,114 2,304 -8.2 2,785 3,137 -11.2

Vancouver 4,981 5,304 -6.1 6,375 7,515 -15.2 4,744 5,031 -5.7 6,101 7,243 -15.8

Victoria 1,163 1,226 -5.1 1,524 1,621 -6.0 1,032 1,085 -4.9 1,374 1,491 -7.8

Calgary 4,068 4,018 1.2 5,268 5,703 -7.6 3,599 3,550 1.4 4,641 5,150 -9.9

Edmonton 3,411 3,398 0.4 4,656 4,561 2.1 2,622 2,620 0.1 3,556 3,670 -3.1

Regina 577 565 2.1 808 726 11.3 538 518 3.9 766 689 11.2

Saskatoon 833 1,190 -30.0 1,217 1,216 0.1 516 515 0.2 762 779 -2.2

Winnipeg 1,513 1,488 1.7 2,284 2,181 4.7 1,338 1,315 1.7 2,055 1,970 4.3

Hamilton-Burlington 1,972 1,937 1.8 2,626 2,370 10.8 1,784 1,749 2.0 2,410 2,180 10.6

Kitchener-Waterloo 1,027 1,061 -3.2 1,288 1,318 -2.3 888 918 -3.3 1,139 1,158 -1.6

London and St Thomas 1,646 1,675 -1.7 2,167 2,037 6.4 1,400 1,428 -2.0 1,900 1,771 7.3

Ottawa 2,166 2,255 -3.9 2,997 3,012 -0.5 2,021 2,068 -2.3 2,831 2,823 0.3

St. Catharines 558 552 1.1 714 730 -2.2 454 476 -4.6 602 635 -5.2

Sudbury 446 439 1.6 609 623 -2.2 361 361 0.0 498 498 0.0

Thunder Bay 309 280 10.4 439 425 3.3 247 226 9.3 364 376 -3.2

Toronto† 11,696 11,610 0.7 16,076 18,940 -15.1 11,697 11,606 0.8 16,076 18,940 -15.1

Windsor-Essex 1,070 1,039 3.0 1,256 1,150 9.2 856 844 1.4 999 916 9.1

Trois Rivières CMA 153 165 -7.3 154 214 -28.0 141 140 0.7 147 142 3.5

Montreal CMA 6,716 6,651 1.0 7,166 6,383 12.3 6,296 6,212 1.4 6,693 5,886 13.7

Gatineau CMA 636 623 2.1 791 710 11.4 567 555 2.2 724 651 11.2

Quebec CMA 1,099 1,187 -7.4 1,183 1,077 9.8 1,002 1,048 -4.4 1,090 996 9.4

Saguenay CMA 255 232 9.9 308 220 40.0 186 198 -6.1 219 201 9.0

Saint John 485 497 -2.4 635 582 9.1 350 339 3.2 482 417 15.6

Halifax-Dartmouth 1,003 1,014 -1.1 1,358 1,256 8.1 854 860 -0.7 1,214 1,124 8.0

Newfoundland & Labrador 942 883 6.7 1,225 1,019 20.2 789 735 7.3 1,027 796 29.0

Canada 81,169 81,329 -0.2 105,711 105,851 -0.1 69,840 69,769 0.1 91,712 92,771 -1.1

Detailed data for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) market area can be found at http://www.torontorealestateboard.com/consumer_info/market_news/index.htm

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

New Listings over MLS® Systems of Select Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

New Listings

Total1 Residential

s.a.2 nsa3 s.a.2 nsa3

May 2011

May 2011 Apr 2011

monthly

percentage

change

May 2011 May 2010

year-over-year

percentage

change

May 2011 Apr 2011

monthly

percentage

change

May 2011 May 2010

year-over-year

percentage

change

Fraser Valley 527,621 517,840 1.9 537,414 452,039 18.9 517,313 526,071 -1.7 526,541 457,651 15.1

Vancouver 812,326 802,757 1.2 824,268 655,912 25.7 810,205 802,290 1.0 831,555 661,745 25.7

Victoria 508,386 499,091 1.9 512,684 507,462 1.0 516,105 501,926 2.8 527,181 515,126 2.3

Calgary 414,296 426,764 -2.9 428,361 437,228 -2.0 403,698 404,361 -0.2 416,055 417,978 -0.5

Edmonton 334,879 343,938 -2.6 336,111 344,321 -2.4 323,306 326,420 -1.0 331,537 340,723 -2.7

Regina 293,998 271,358 8.3 300,910 258,617 16.4 287,997 274,739 4.8 296,838 252,053 17.8

Saskatoon 296,756 305,217 -2.8 302,417 285,599 5.9 309,187 305,375 1.2 317,932 294,516 8.0

Winnipeg 227,158 224,503 1.2 239,245 233,783 2.3 236,506 231,703 2.1 248,548 237,697 4.6

Hamilton-Burlington 339,412 332,731 2.0 346,469 316,483 9.5 333,555 328,931 1.4 344,864 315,647 9.3

Kitchener-Waterloo 303,837 317,087 -4.2 334,794 302,499 10.7 318,606 317,198 0.4 337,641 303,780 11.1

London and St Thomas 242,469 244,656 -0.9 246,381 241,696 1.9 238,455 238,902 -0.2 248,058 236,113 5.1

Ottawa 347,409 336,809 3.1 349,219 326,971 6.8 375,206 350,051 7.2 353,046 334,360 5.6

St. Catharines 231,315 261,987 -11.7 226,328 252,742 -10.5 219,395 256,352 -14.4 223,721 255,558 -12.5

Sudbury 216,095 233,851 -7.6 227,870 227,128 0.3 219,486 230,499 -4.8 231,919 232,328 -0.2

Thunder Bay 147,956 150,919 -2.0 158,010 145,019 9.0 154,343 156,300 -1.3 166,933 151,179 10.4

Toronto† 473,337 461,753 2.5 485,520 446,593 8.7 470,649 466,975 0.8 485,520 446,593 8.7

Windsor-Essex 169,745 174,149 -2.5 172,493 159,055 8.4 168,469 163,644 2.9 170,226 158,414 7.5

Trois Rivières CMA n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 156,266 157,698 -0.9

Montreal CMA n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 318,355 300,369 6.0

Gatineau CMA n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 233,378 226,032 3.2

Quebec CMA n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 254,529 238,703 6.6

Saguenay CMA n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 185,035 174,606 6.0

Saint John 169,764 174,587 -2.8 164,096 159,159 3.1 178,513 179,564 -0.6 182,626 173,872 5.0

Halifax-Dartmouth 246,709 249,192 -1.0 258,352 255,328 1.2 251,193 259,661 -3.3 263,318 264,539 -0.5

Newfoundland & Labrador 232,686 236,583 -1.6 231,209 225,677 2.5 249,043 251,986 -1.2 246,092 235,986 4.3

Canada 364,223 361,992 0.6 370,962 340,644 8.9 368,343 368,926 -0.2 376,817 346,950 8.6

* Weighted average prices for Quebec (provided by Québec Federation of Real Estate Boards); does not affect weighted and unweighted national average price calculations.

Information on Quebec's weighted average price calculation can be found at: http://www.fciq.ca/immobilier-economiste.php

Detailed data for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) market area can be found at http://www.torontorealestateboard.com/consumer_info/market_news/index.htm

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Average Sale Price over MLS® Systems of Select Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Average Price*

Total1 Residential

s.a.2 nsa3 s.a.2 nsa3

May 2011

May 2011 Apr 2011 monthly change May 2011 May 2010 year-over-year

change May 2011 Apr 2011 monthly change May 2011 May 2010 year-over-year

change

Fraser Valley 54.0 51.8 2.2 52.4 42.7 9.7 56.9 53.3 3.6 54.3 44.7 9.6

Vancouver 54.2 53.8 0.4 55.3 43.5 11.8 55.9 56.6 0.7 56.2 44.2 12.0

Victoria 36.4 38.8 -2.4 37.5 42.9 -5.4 38.7 41.4 -2.7 39.7 45.1 -5.4

Calgary 45.1 45.8 0.7 44.3 39.5 4.8 49.1 50.5 1.4 47.8 41.4 6.4

Edmonton 46.6 44.3 2.3 48.7 45.0 3.7 53.9 51.3 2.6 56.4 49.7 6.7

Regina 53.4 54.2 0.8 51.0 51.8 0.8 55.4 56.6 1.2 52.3 52.7 0.4

Saskatoon 51.1 31.7 19.4 45.5 38.2 7.3 62.8 57.5 5.3 55.5 45.4 10.1

Winnipeg 67.7 68.9 1.2 64.1 63.9 0.2 70.9 73.8 2.9 66.5 68.1 1.6

Hamilton-Burlington 58.6 62.2 -3.6 59.4 61.2 -1.8 61.9 66.0 -4.1 62.6 64.5 -1.9

Kitchener-Waterloo 57.7 53.5 4.2 58.1 53.6 4.5 62.6 57.6 5.0 61.8 58.1 3.7

London and St Thomas 41.0 40.1 0.9 42.9 47.6 -4.7 46.4 45.4 1.0 47.2 51.9 -4.7

Ottawa 51.4 52.2 0.8 56.7 58.7 2.0 50.0 53.9 3.9 58.9 60.7 1.8

St. Catharines 40.5 40.8 -0.3 41.7 48.5 -6.8 48.0 44.3 3.7 48.0 53.2 -5.2

Sudbury 48.7 47.8 0.9 47.8 46.1 1.7 54.8 53.5 1.3 52.8 52.4 0.4

Thunder Bay 60.5 64.3 -3.8 55.8 53.2 2.6 66.4 70.8 -4.4 58.5 56.9 1.6

Toronto† 64.1 64.0 0.1 62.5 50.0 12.5 64.3 63.4 0.9 62.5 50.0 12.5

Windsor-Essex 39.4 43.2 -3.8 40.1 45.7 -5.6 45.1 48.9 -3.8 46.8 54.4 -7.6

Trois Rivières CMA 54.2 50.3 3.9 68.8 43.9 24.9 56.0 55.0 1.0 66.7 59.9 6.8

Montreal CMA 49.8 50.4 -0.6 60.5 70.9 -10.4 51.3 51.5 -0.2 62.5 74.4 -11.9

Gatineau CMA 45.4 47.8 2.4 54.7 69.4 14.7 51.7 55.0 3.3 57.3 71.1 13.8

Quebec CMA 58.8 51.1 7.7 66.3 62.0 4.3 61.4 55.3 6.1 69.0 62.3 6.7

Saguenay CMA 48.6 55.6 7.0 56.5 70.5 14.0 57.0 59.1 2.1 71.2 71.6 0.4

Saint John 33.0 31.6 1.4 31.5 34.7 -3.2 41.1 40.7 0.4 35.9 40.8 -4.9

Halifax-Dartmouth 48.4 49.3 0.9 50.8 57.5 6.7 53.7 54.1 0.4 54.2 60.3 6.1

Newfoundland & Labrador 40.3 47.6 -7.3 29.7 38.1 -8.4 43.7 50.9 -7.2 31.8 42.5 -10.7

Canada 47.7 48.1 -0.4 48.8 47.7 1.1 52.1 52.5 -0.4 53.0 51.0 2.0

Detailed data for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) market area can be found at http://www.torontorealestateboard.com/consumer_info/market_news/index.htm

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Sales as a Percentage of New Listings over MLS® Systems of Select Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Sales as a Percentage

of New Listings

Total1 Residential

s.a.2 nsa3 s.a.2 nsa3

May 2011

Year to date

May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change

Fraser Valley 3,568.1 3,143.8 13.5 3,582.0 3,112.6 15.1 3,341.8 2,965.8 12.7 3,384.8 2,950.0 14.7

Vancouver 12,417.7 9,499.4 30.7 12,871.5 9,815.0 31.1 12,294.9 9,577.3 28.4 12,672.1 9,656.4 31.2

Victoria 1,239.6 1,574.5 -21.3 1,294.8 1,643.3 -21.2 1,191.9 1,508.0 -21.0 1,248.5 1,575.3 -20.7

Calgary 4,031.1 4,208.4 -4.2 4,274.5 4,462.5 -4.2 3,697.5 3,820.7 -3.2 3,971.7 4,105.4 -3.3

Edmonton 2,506.6 2,775.8 -9.7 2,618.5 2,841.7 -7.9 2,179.4 2,408.8 -9.5 2,320.9 2,517.5 -7.8

Regina 433.1 404.8 7.0 440.4 413.6 6.5 415.9 384.4 8.2 421.1 393.1 7.1

Saskatoon 613.9 533.9 15.0 614.0 552.9 11.0 478.3 417.9 14.5 484.1 434.6 11.4

Winnipeg 1,233.0 1,124.3 9.7 1,189.4 1,122.9 5.9 1,205.1 1,086.8 10.9 1,158.3 1,088.6 6.4

Hamilton-Burlington 1,965.7 1,870.8 5.1 2,094.9 1,972.9 6.2 1,894.0 1,791.7 5.7 2,010.9 1,886.9 6.6

Kitchener-Waterloo 884.2 937.6 -5.7 958.9 985.0 -2.7 821.1 867.4 -5.3 890.9 921.0 -3.3

London and St Thomas 820.7 928.7 -11.6 881.2 989.9 -11.0 774.0 856.5 -9.6 828.4 913.9 -9.4

Ottawa 1,991.5 2,178.5 -8.6 2,140.4 2,320.2 -7.8 1,963.4 2,144.4 -8.4 2,112.0 2,289.1 -7.7

St. Catharines 288.5 339.6 -15.0 289.8 342.6 -15.4 269.6 314.4 -14.3 270.2 318.9 -15.3

Sudbury 258.0 228.7 12.8 251.5 232.0 8.4 230.8 211.4 9.1 222.7 213.5 4.3

Thunder Bay 139.2 148.7 -6.4 129.3 138.1 -6.4 125.9 138.3 -9.0 117.0 128.5 -8.9

Toronto† 17,144.4 18,073.4 -5.1 18,118.8 18,718.7 -3.2 17,209.1 18,143.9 -5.2 18,118.8 18,718.7 -3.2

Windsor-Essex 351.8 373.3 -5.8 337.2 357.3 -5.6 319.5 344.6 -7.3 305.2 330.0 -7.5

Trois Rivières CMA 69.0 67.9 1.6 81.1 79.4 2.2 61.4 58.5 5.0 73.6 70.5 4.4

Montreal CMA 5,440.8 5,794.8 -6.1 6,427.4 6,859.2 -6.3 5,108.3 5,478.8 -6.8 6,092.7 6,550.5 -7.0

Gatineau CMA 380.0 440.4 -13.7 419.6 489.4 -14.3 358.3 409.0 -12.4 399.9 459.3 -12.9

Quebec CMA 765.1 738.6 3.6 882.7 855.3 3.2 727.0 691.2 5.2 845.5 812.1 4.1

Saguenay CMA 99.9 111.4 -10.4 117.1 131.2 -10.8 95.5 107.3 -11.1 111.9 125.6 -10.9

Saint John 139.5 151.0 -7.6 125.0 135.4 -7.6 128.8 134.7 -4.4 115.2 120.8 -4.6

Halifax-Dartmouth 642.8 680.6 -5.5 660.1 699.5 -5.6 627.8 653.9 -4.0 645.2 679.3 -5.0

Newfoundland & Labrador 480.2 484.5 -0.9 352.1 351.7 0.1 458.5 460.2 -0.4 333.9 330.8 0.9

Canada 72,604.3 72,352.5 0.3 75,761.8 75,127.8 0.8 69,379.0 69,087.6 0.4 72,528.7 71,710.1 1.1

* in millions of dollars

Detailed data for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) market area can be found at http://www.torontorealestateboard.com/consumer_info/market_news/index.htm

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Dollar Volume over MLS® Systems of Select Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Dollar Volume*

Total1 Residential

s.a.2 nsa3 s.a.2 nsa3

May 2011

Year to date

May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change

Fraser Valley 6,985 7,058 -1.0 7,055 7,020 0.5 6,564 6,545 0.3 6,630 6,562 1.0

Vancouver 15,734 14,444 8.9 16,168 14,730 9.8 15,442 14,139 9.2 15,833 14,443 9.6

Victoria 2,495 3,167 -21.2 2,595 3,279 -20.9 2,383 2,978 -20.0 2,483 3,086 -19.5

Calgary 9,682 10,182 -4.9 10,244 10,759 -4.8 9,211 9,648 -4.5 9,798 10,272 -4.6

Edmonton 7,663 8,332 -8.0 7,927 8,435 -6.0 6,748 7,274 -7.2 7,149 7,544 -5.2

Regina 1,582 1,590 -0.5 1,569 1,610 -2.5 1,524 1,527 -0.2 1,520 1,550 -1.9

Saskatoon 2,060 1,927 6.9 2,078 1,991 4.4 1,567 1,459 7.4 1,589 1,502 5.8

Winnipeg 5,404 5,145 5.0 5,144 5,020 2.5 5,082 4,854 4.7 4,824 4,742 1.7

Hamilton-Burlington 5,925 6,055 -2.1 6,222 6,288 -1.0 5,698 5,802 -1.8 6,003 6,042 -0.6

Kitchener-Waterloo 2,965 3,234 -8.3 3,087 3,359 -8.1 2,761 3,038 -9.1 2,890 3,175 -9.0

London and St Thomas 3,518 3,991 -11.9 3,661 4,174 -12.3 3,371 3,803 -11.4 3,494 3,964 -11.9

Ottawa 5,978 6,761 -11.6 6,264 7,170 -12.6 5,688 6,440 -11.7 6,092 6,940 -12.2

St. Catharines 1,188 1,412 -15.9 1,201 1,428 -15.9 1,127 1,339 -15.8 1,139 1,354 -15.9

Sudbury 1,105 1,076 2.7 1,089 1,086 0.3 1,002 955 4.9 987 958 3.0

Thunder Bay 937 1,055 -11.2 872 1,003 -13.1 823 954 -13.7 760 899 -15.5

Toronto† 37,451 42,173 -11.2 38,952 43,078 -9.6 37,485 42,087 -10.9 38,952 43,078 -9.6

Windsor-Essex 2,129 2,329 -8.6 2,090 2,277 -8.2 1,987 2,181 -8.9 1,932 2,141 -9.8

Trois Rivières CMA 413 427 -3.3 496 512 -3.1 380 391 -2.8 464 475 -2.3

Montreal CMA 17,455 19,615 -11.0 21,014 23,714 -11.4 16,870 18,872 -10.6 20,365 22,996 -11.4

Gatineau CMA 1,618 2,049 -21.0 1,824 2,282 -20.1 1,560 1,919 -18.7 1,732 2,131 -18.7

Quebec CMA 3,173 3,266 -2.8 3,642 3,783 -3.7 2,999 3,056 -1.9 3,481 3,561 -2.2

Saguenay CMA 606 700 -13.4 707 802 -11.8 511 623 -18.0 634 755 -16.0

Saint John 822 940 -12.6 739 840 -12.0 721 798 -9.6 645 712 -9.4

Halifax-Dartmouth 2,558 2,793 -8.4 2,597 2,848 -8.8 2,408 2,600 -7.4 2,469 2,680 -7.9

Newfoundland & Labrador 2,065 2,206 -6.4 1,526 1,602 -4.7 1,847 1,991 -7.2 1,369 1,441 -5.0

Canada 201,946 216,684 -6.8 208,755 223,890 -6.8 189,317 202,214 -6.4 196,749 210,308 -6.4

Detailed data for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) market area can be found at http://www.torontorealestateboard.com/consumer_info/market_news/index.htm

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Sales Activity over MLS® Systems of Select Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Sales Activity

Total1 Residential

s.a.2 nsa3 s.a.2 nsa3

May 2011

Year to date

May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change

Fraser Valley 13,339 14,832 -10.1 15,034 16,432 -8.5 12,038 13,309 -9.5 13,546 14,808 -8.5

Vancouver 27,492 29,647 -7.3 31,338 33,793 -7.3 26,238 28,323 -7.4 29,939 32,396 -7.6

Victoria 6,059 6,787 -10.7 7,065 7,794 -9.4 5,440 6,089 -10.7 6,362 7,016 -9.3

Calgary 20,574 22,931 -10.3 23,352 26,144 -10.7 18,305 20,698 -11.6 20,762 23,537 -11.8

Edmonton 16,953 18,343 -7.6 18,707 20,262 -7.7 13,233 14,404 -8.1 14,673 15,986 -8.2

Regina 2,802 2,855 -1.9 3,068 3,065 0.1 2,603 2,657 -2.0 2,855 2,863 -0.3

Saskatoon 4,948 4,421 11.9 5,433 4,956 9.6 2,934 2,799 4.8 3,166 3,159 0.2

Winnipeg 7,681 7,603 1.0 8,154 8,268 -1.4 6,840 6,802 0.6 7,228 7,385 -2.1

Hamilton-Burlington 9,724 9,241 5.2 11,237 10,649 5.5 8,907 8,407 5.9 10,326 9,761 5.8

Kitchener-Waterloo 5,231 5,447 -4.0 5,898 6,103 -3.4 4,521 4,686 -3.5 5,135 5,301 -3.1

London and St Thomas 7,994 7,993 0.0 8,904 8,857 0.5 6,925 6,870 0.8 7,754 7,652 1.3

Ottawa 10,923 11,028 -1.0 12,656 12,839 -1.4 10,276 10,361 -0.8 11,953 12,086 -1.1

St. Catharines 2,732 3,188 -14.3 3,048 3,502 -13.0 2,265 2,641 -14.2 2,508 2,888 -13.2

Sudbury 2,158 2,701 -20.1 2,291 2,822 -18.8 1,736 2,151 -19.3 1,829 2,214 -17.4

Thunder Bay 1,437 1,565 -8.2 1,518 1,618 -6.2 1,145 1,313 -12.8 1,210 1,353 -10.6

Toronto† 59,010 72,263 -18.3 66,447 81,313 -18.3 59,012 72,271 -18.3 66,447 81,313 -18.3

Windsor-Essex 5,062 5,239 -3.4 5,523 5,646 -2.2 4,082 4,271 -4.4 4,431 4,590 -3.5

Trois Rivières CMA 829 818 1.3 933 942 -1.0 710 675 5.2 813 787 3.3

Montreal CMA 33,082 31,956 3.5 39,429 38,148 3.4 30,894 29,836 3.5 36,919 35,642 3.6

Gatineau CMA 3,106 3,257 -4.6 3,667 3,819 -4.0 2,742 2,911 -5.8 3,315 3,461 -4.2

Quebec CMA 5,571 5,019 11.0 6,375 5,770 10.5 5,029 4,531 11.0 5,866 5,298 10.7

Saguenay CMA 1,180 1,143 3.2 1,411 1,346 4.8 956 992 -3.6 1,161 1,190 -2.4

Saint John 2,371 2,427 -2.3 2,525 2,558 -1.3 1,644 1,739 -5.5 1,791 1,839 -2.6

Halifax-Dartmouth 4,779 4,921 -2.9 5,570 5,670 -1.8 4,086 4,216 -3.1 4,833 4,948 -2.3

Newfoundland & Labrador 4,546 4,450 2.2 4,629 4,483 3.3 3,743 3,554 5.3 3,782 3,518 7.5

Canada 405,953 434,721 -6.6 458,414 487,914 -6.0 351,602 377,866 -7.0 398,433 425,937 -6.5

Detailed data for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) market area can be found at http://www.torontorealestateboard.com/consumer_info/market_news/index.htm

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

New Listings over MLS® Systems of Select Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

New Listings

Total1 Residential

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May 2011

Year to date

May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD percentage

change

Fraser Valley 510,825 445,423 14.7 507,726 443,396 14.5 509,108 453,144 12.4 510,528 449,551 13.6

Vancouver 789,230 657,668 20.0 796,112 666,328 19.5 796,200 677,371 17.5 800,360 668,585 19.7

Victoria 496,818 497,169 -0.1 498,968 501,156 -0.4 500,169 506,377 -1.2 502,829 510,454 -1.5

Calgary 416,346 413,317 0.7 417,271 414,770 0.6 401,426 396,011 1.4 405,357 399,667 1.4

Edmonton 327,107 333,145 -1.8 330,322 336,893 -2.0 322,966 331,159 -2.5 324,652 333,705 -2.7

Regina 273,749 254,605 7.5 280,657 256,891 9.3 272,928 251,748 8.4 277,009 253,604 9.2

Saskatoon 297,986 277,089 7.5 295,464 277,722 6.4 305,245 286,404 6.6 304,669 289,376 5.3

Winnipeg 228,166 218,528 4.4 231,214 223,688 3.4 237,130 223,904 5.9 240,111 229,569 4.6

Hamilton-Burlington 331,761 308,975 7.4 336,691 313,752 7.3 332,391 308,809 7.6 334,979 312,295 7.3

Kitchener-Waterloo 298,200 289,929 2.9 310,619 293,238 5.9 297,381 285,529 4.2 308,268 290,085 6.3

London and St Thomas 233,280 232,696 0.3 240,694 237,165 1.5 229,597 225,229 1.9 237,091 230,551 2.8

Ottawa 333,137 322,209 3.4 341,692 323,597 5.6 345,184 332,978 3.7 346,684 329,840 5.1

St. Catharines 242,884 240,506 1.0 241,308 239,882 0.6 239,205 234,819 1.9 237,220 235,524 0.7

Sudbury 233,515 212,507 9.9 230,956 213,606 8.1 230,325 221,405 4.0 225,612 222,889 1.2

Thunder Bay 148,572 140,914 5.4 148,297 137,705 7.7 153,008 144,979 5.5 153,998 142,914 7.8

Toronto† 457,783 428,554 6.8 465,156 434,530 7.0 459,094 431,106 6.5 465,156 434,530 7.0

Windsor-Essex 165,258 160,283 3.1 161,359 156,911 2.8 160,803 158,000 1.8 157,987 154,146 2.5

Trois Rivières CMA n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 158,327 148,698 6.5

Montreal CMA n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 307,735 290,954 5.8

Gatineau CMA n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 233,182 216,498 7.7

Quebec CMA n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 246,561 231,507 6.5

Saguenay CMA n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 177,547 167,714 5.9

Saint John 169,745 160,611 5.7 169,169 161,132 5.0 178,599 168,793 5.8 178,536 169,601 5.3

Halifax-Dartmouth 251,306 243,682 3.1 254,172 245,621 3.5 260,731 251,513 3.7 261,300 253,471 3.1

Newfoundland & Labrador 232,564 219,640 5.9 230,741 219,545 5.1 248,224 231,119 7.4 243,892 229,575 6.2

Canada 359,524 333,908 7.7 362,922 335,557 8.2 366,470 341,656 7.3 368,636 340,976 8.1

* Weighted average prices for Quebec (provided by Québec Federation of Real Estate Boards); does not affect weighted and unweighted national average price calculations.

Information on Quebec's weighted average price calculation can be found at: http://www.fciq.ca/immobilier-economiste.php

Detailed data for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) market area can be found at http://www.torontorealestateboard.com/consumer_info/market_news/index.htm

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Average Sale Price over MLS® Systems of Select Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Average Price*

Total1 Residential

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May 2011

Year to date

May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change

Fraser Valley 52.4 47.6 4.8 46.9 42.7 4.2 54.5 49.2 5.3 48.9 44.3 4.6

Vancouver 57.2 48.7 8.5 51.6 43.6 8.0 58.9 49.9 9.0 52.9 44.6 8.3

Victoria 41.2 46.7 -5.5 36.7 42.1 -5.4 43.8 48.9 -5.1 39.0 44.0 -5.0

Calgary 47.1 44.4 2.7 43.9 41.2 2.7 50.3 46.6 3.7 47.2 43.6 3.6

Edmonton 45.2 45.4 -0.2 42.4 41.6 0.8 51.0 50.5 0.5 48.7 47.2 1.5

Regina 56.5 55.7 0.8 51.1 52.5 -1.4 58.5 57.5 1.0 53.2 54.1 -0.9

Saskatoon 41.6 43.6 -2.0 38.2 40.2 -2.0 53.4 52.1 1.3 50.2 47.5 2.7

Winnipeg 70.4 67.7 2.7 63.1 60.7 2.4 74.3 71.4 2.9 66.7 64.2 2.5

Hamilton-Burlington 60.9 65.5 -4.6 55.4 59.0 -3.6 64.0 69.0 -5.0 58.1 61.9 -3.8

Kitchener-Waterloo 56.7 59.4 -2.7 52.3 55.0 -2.7 61.1 64.8 -3.7 56.3 59.9 -3.6

London and St Thomas 44.0 49.9 -5.9 41.1 47.1 -6.0 48.7 55.4 -6.7 45.1 51.8 -6.7

Ottawa 54.7 61.3 -6.6 49.5 55.8 -6.3 55.4 62.2 -6.8 51.0 57.4 -6.4

St. Catharines 43.5 44.3 -0.8 39.4 40.8 -1.4 49.8 50.7 -0.9 45.4 46.9 -1.5

Sudbury 51.2 39.8 11.4 47.5 38.5 9.0 57.7 44.4 13.3 54.0 43.3 10.7

Thunder Bay 65.2 67.4 -2.2 57.4 62.0 -4.6 71.9 72.7 -0.8 62.8 66.4 -3.6

Toronto† 63.5 58.4 5.1 58.6 53.0 5.6 63.5 58.2 5.3 58.6 53.0 5.6

Windsor-Essex 42.1 44.5 -2.4 37.8 40.3 -2.5 48.7 51.1 -2.4 43.6 46.6 -3.0

Trois Rivières CMA 49.8 52.2 -2.4 53.2 54.4 -1.2 53.5 57.9 -4.4 57.1 60.4 -3.3

Montreal CMA 52.8 61.4 -8.6 53.3 62.2 -8.9 54.6 63.3 -8.7 55.2 64.5 -9.3

Gatineau CMA 52.1 62.9 -10.8 49.7 59.8 -10.1 56.9 65.9 -9.0 52.2 61.6 -9.4

Quebec CMA 57.0 65.1 -8.1 57.1 65.6 -8.5 59.6 67.4 -7.8 59.3 67.2 -7.9

Saguenay CMA 51.4 61.2 -9.8 50.1 59.6 -9.5 53.5 62.8 -9.3 54.6 63.4 -8.8

Saint John 34.7 38.7 -4.0 29.3 32.8 -3.5 43.9 45.9 -2.0 36.0 38.7 -2.7

Halifax-Dartmouth 53.5 56.8 -3.3 46.6 50.2 -3.6 58.9 61.7 -2.8 51.1 54.2 -3.1

Newfoundland & Labrador 45.4 49.6 -4.2 33.0 35.7 -2.7 49.3 56.0 -6.7 36.2 41.0 -4.8

Canada 49.7 49.8 -0.1 45.5 45.9 -0.4 53.8 53.5 0.3 49.4 49.4 0.0

Detailed data for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) market area can be found at http://www.torontorealestateboard.com/consumer_info/market_news/index.htm

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Sales as a Percentage of New Listings over MLS® Systems of Select Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Sales as a Percentage

of New Listings

Total1 Residential

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May 2011

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British Columbia 3,722.8 3,804.6 -2.2 4,890.7 4,114.4 18.9 3,539.3 3,704.7 -4.5 4,689.6 3,955.1 18.6

Alberta 1,657.5 1,725.7 -4.0 2,239.7 2,121.4 5.6 1,495.7 1,551.0 -3.6 2,020.8 1,896.9 6.5

Saskatchewan 286.7 261.0 9.9 385.6 304.4 26.7 247.9 225.2 10.1 338.7 262.3 29.1

Manitoba 260.7 251.3 3.7 390.5 358.7 8.9 251.5 244.7 2.8 378.0 349.8 8.1

Ontario 6,123.6 6,028.6 1.6 8,549.5 7,712.1 10.9 5,966.7 5,853.2 1.9 8,365.8 7,512.3 11.4

Quebec 1,667.1 1,657.3 0.6 2,177.0 2,080.4 4.6 1,540.6 1,538.6 0.1 2,035.5 1,979.3 2.8

New Brunswick 97.1 111.6 -13.0 140.7 115.4 22.0 90.4 103.8 -12.9 133.1 108.9 22.2

Nova Scotia 176.6 177.1 -0.3 257.0 253.6 1.3 167.0 165.9 0.7 246.3 236.5 4.2

Prince Edward Island15.7 25.0 -37.2 15.6 27.3 -42.8 14.5 18.1 -19.7 14.5 19.2 -24.3

Newfoundland & Labrador 88.4 99.4 -11.0 84.2 87.6 -3.9 85.9 94.2 -8.8 80.5 79.8 0.9

Northwest Territories 6.0 5.0 19.5 6.0 8.6 -30.6 3.5 4.6 -24.0 6.0 8.6 -30.6

Yukon 8.6 6.3 36.5 10.8 9.0 19.2 8.3 6.2 35.4 10.8 9.0 19.2

Canada 14,110.7 14,152.8 -0.3 19,147.2 17,193.0 11.4 13,411.4 13,510.5 -0.7 18,319.3 16,417.7 11.6

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May 2011 Apr 2011

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British Columbia 6,469 6,671 -3.0 8,362 8,494 -1.6 6,080 6,332 -4.0 7,857 7,952 -1.2

Alberta 4,609 4,635 -0.6 6,184 5,708 8.3 4,251 4,307 -1.3 5,659 5,207 8.7

Saskatchewan 1,093 1,021 7.1 1,446 1,277 13.2 953 891 7.0 1,261 1,104 14.2

Manitoba 1,177 1,133 3.9 1,671 1,588 5.2 1,095 1,072 2.1 1,565 1,522 2.8

Ontario 16,739 16,799 -0.4 22,842 22,304 2.4 16,005 15,906 0.6 21,956 21,310 3.0

Quebec 6,555 6,590 -0.5 8,456 8,484 -0.3 6,170 6,156 0.2 7,961 7,965 -0.1

New Brunswick 619 721 -14.1 858 755 13.6 546 627 -12.9 762 656 16.2

Nova Scotia 909 917 -0.9 1,231 1,244 -1.0 815 813 0.2 1,106 1,084 2.0

Prince Edward Island156 155 0.6 155 179 -13.4 116 115 0.9 116 132 -12.1

Newfoundland & Labrador 380 420 -9.5 364 388 -6.2 345 374 -7.8 327 338 -3.3

Northwest Territories 12 14 -14.3 17 21 -19.0 11 12 -8.3 17 21 -19.0

Yukon 24 21 14.3 29 30 -3.3 23 16 43.8 29 29 0.0

Canada 38,742 39,097 -0.9 51,615 50,472 2.3 36,410 36,621 -0.6 48,616 47,320 2.7

May 2011 data for Prince Edward Island are estimates

* in millions of dollars

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

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Sales Activity

Total1 Residential

Dollar Volume & Sales Activity over MLS® Systems of Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Dollar Volume*

s.a.2 nsa3

Total1 Residential

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May 2011

May 2011 Apr 2011

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percentage

change

May 2011 May 2010

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percentage

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May 2011 Apr 2011

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percentage

change

May 2011 May 2010

year-over-year

percentage

change

British Columbia 14,750 15,214 -3.0 19,211 20,649 -7.0 12,653 13,272 -4.7 16,697 18,266 -8.6

Alberta 10,876 10,471 3.9 14,331 14,039 2.1 8,905 8,613 3.4 11,788 11,993 -1.7

Saskatchewan 2,278 2,574 -11.5 3,302 3,075 7.4 1,786 1,709 4.5 2,612 2,391 9.2

Manitoba 1,828 1,703 7.3 2,709 2,467 9.8 1,613 1,518 6.3 2,452 2,233 9.8

Ontario 31,595 31,660 -0.2 42,839 44,802 -4.4 28,032 27,887 0.5 38,371 40,443 -5.1

Quebec 14,641 14,437 1.4 16,237 14,494 12.0 12,859 12,787 0.6 14,261 12,604 13.1

New Brunswick 1,632 1,678 -2.7 2,183 1,922 13.6 1,233 1,231 0.2 1,698 1,484 14.4

Nova Scotia 2,177 2,253 -3.4 2,975 2,800 6.3 1,660 1,696 -2.1 2,322 2,153 7.8

Prince Edward Island390 404 -3.5 610 524 16.4 258 271 -4.8 406 352 15.3

Newfoundland & Labrador 942 883 6.7 1,225 1,019 20.2 789 735 7.3 1,027 796 29.0

Northwest Territories 14 15 -6.7 18 18 0.0 11 13 -15.4 16 17 -5.9

Yukon 46 37 24.3 71 42 69.0 41 37 10.8 62 39 59.0

Canada 81,169 81,329 -0.2 105,711 105,851 -0.1 69,840 69,769 0.1 91,712 92,771 -1.1

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monthly

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British Columbia 575,488 570,325 0.9 584,871 484,394 20.7 582,125 585,083 -0.5 596,872 497,371 20.0

Alberta 359,621 372,325 -3.4 362,173 371,647 -2.5 351,839 360,114 -2.3 357,086 364,303 -2.0

Saskatchewan 262,310 255,625 2.6 266,653 238,398 11.9 260,136 252,743 2.9 268,574 237,618 13.0

Manitoba 221,458 221,771 -0.1 233,671 225,887 3.4 229,638 228,287 0.6 241,504 229,813 5.1

Ontario 365,829 358,864 1.9 374,288 345,772 8.2 372,799 367,990 1.3 381,026 352,523 8.1

Quebec n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 264,752 252,320 4.9

New Brunswick 156,911 154,831 1.3 164,013 152,799 7.3 165,615 165,553 0.0 174,632 166,057 5.2

Nova Scotia 194,261 193,118 0.6 208,807 203,897 2.4 204,950 204,119 0.4 222,667 218,129 2.1

Prince Edward Island100,546 161,242 -37.6 100,786 152,560 -33.9 125,227 157,330 -20.4 125,078 145,113 -13.8

Newfoundland & Labrador 232,686 236,583 -1.6 231,209 225,677 2.5 249,043 251,986 -1.2 246,092 235,986 4.3

Northwest Territories 497,242 356,743 39.4 350,994 409,490 -14.3 320,913 386,987 -17.1 350,994 409,490 -14.3

Yukon 357,407 299,169 19.5 371,688 301,386 23.3 362,899 385,363 -5.8 371,688 311,778 19.2

Canada 364,223 361,992 0.6 370,962 340,644 8.9 368,343 368,926 -0.2 376,817 346,950 8.6

May 2011 data for Prince Edward Island are estimates

* Provincial weighted average price for Quebec (provided by Québec Federation of Real Estate Boards); does not affect weighted and unweighted national average price calculations.

Information on Quebec's weighted average price calculation can be found at: http://www.fciq.ca/immobilier-economiste.php

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

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New Listings

New Listings and Average Sale Price over MLS® Systems of Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Total1 Residential

s.a.2

Average Price*

Total1 Residential

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May 2011

May 2011 Apr 2011 monthly change May 2011 May 2010 year-over-year

change May 2011 Apr 2011 monthly change May 2011 May 2010 year-over-year

change

British Columbia 43.9 43.8 0.1 43.5 41.1 2.4 48.1 47.7 0.4 47.1 43.5 3.6

Alberta 42.4 44.3 -1.9 43.2 40.7 2.5 47.7 50.0 -2.3 48.0 43.4 4.6

Saskatchewan 48.0 39.7 8.3 43.8 41.5 2.3 53.4 52.1 1.3 48.3 46.2 2.1

Manitoba 64.4 66.5 -2.1 61.7 64.4 -2.7 67.9 70.6 -2.7 63.8 68.2 -4.4

Ontario 53.0 53.1 -0.1 53.3 49.8 3.5 57.1 57.0 0.1 57.2 52.7 4.5

Quebec 44.8 45.6 -0.8 52.1 58.5 -6.4 48.0 48.1 -0.1 55.8 63.2 -7.4

New Brunswick 37.9 43.0 -5.1 39.3 39.3 0.0 44.3 50.9 -6.6 44.9 44.2 0.7

Nova Scotia 41.8 40.7 1.1 41.4 44.4 -3.0 49.1 47.9 1.2 47.6 50.3 -2.7

Prince Edward Island40.0 38.4 1.6 25.4 34.2 -8.8 45.0 42.4 2.6 28.6 37.5 -8.9

Newfoundland & Labrador 40.3 47.6 -7.3 29.7 38.1 -8.4 43.7 50.9 -7.2 31.8 42.5 -10.7

Northwest Territories 85.7 93.3 -7.6 94.4 116.7 -22.3 100.0 92.3 7.7 106.3 123.5 -17.2

Yukon 52.2 56.8 -4.6 40.8 71.4 -30.6 56.1 43.2 12.9 46.8 74.4 -27.6

Canada 47.7 48.1 -0.4 48.8 47.7 1.1 52.1 52.5 -0.4 53.0 51.0 2.0

May 2011 Apr 2011 monthly change May 2011 May 2010 year-over-year

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change

British Columbia 7.4 7.2 0.2 8.5 8.9 -0.4 7.9 7.6 0.3 6.9 7.3 -0.4

Alberta 5.6 5.5 0.1 6.6 7.5 -0.9 6.0 5.9 0.1 5.2 6.1 -0.9

Saskatchewan 5.2 5.4 -0.2 6.4 7.2 -0.8 5.9 6.2 -0.3 5.0 5.7 -0.7

Manitoba 2.7 2.6 0.1 2.8 2.8 0.0 2.9 2.8 0.1 2.3 2.3 0.0

Ontario 3.8 3.8 0.0 4.2 4.5 -0.3 4.0 4.0 0.0 3.4 3.7 -0.3

Quebec 8.8 8.6 0.2 9.0 8.0 1.0 9.4 9.2 0.2 7.8 6.8 1.0

New Brunswick 8.5 7.2 1.3 11.0 12.4 -1.4 9.7 8.3 1.4 7.9 8.8 -0.9

Nova Scotia 8.5 8.3 0.2 11.7 10.9 0.8 9.5 9.3 0.2 7.8 7.5 0.3

Prince Edward Island10.3 9.5 0.8 23.4 19.7 3.7 13.9 12.8 1.1 15.7 13.3 2.4

Newfoundland & Labrador 6.6 5.5 1.1 10.7 8.5 2.2 7.2 6.2 1.0 8.1 6.1 2.0

Northwest Territories 1.6 1.6 0.0 2.0 1.8 0.2 1.7 1.9 -0.2 1.6 1.4 0.2

Yukon 4.3 5.0 -0.7 5.1 4.1 1.0 4.4 6.6 -2.2 4.1 3.7 0.4

Canada 5.7 5.6 0.1 6.4 6.5 -0.1 6.1 6.0 0.1 5.1 5.3 -0.2

May 2011 data for Prince Edward Island are estimates

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Months of Inventory

Total1 Residential

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Months of Inventory and Sales as a Percentage of New Listings over MLS® Systems of Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Sales as a

Percentage of New

Listings

Total1 Residential

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May 2011

Year to date

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British Columbia 20,457.2 18,065.7 13.2 20,864.3 18,291.4 14.1 19,774.7 17,505.9 13.0 20,133.6 17,492.5 15.1

Alberta 8,517.7 8,809.8 -3.3 8,770.8 9,064.1 -3.2 7,680.5 7,857.8 -2.3 8,018.5 8,212.5 -2.4

Saskatchewan 1,391.3 1,235.9 12.6 1,392.4 1,260.0 10.5 1,189.9 1,062.1 12.0 1,194.1 1,083.2 10.2

Manitoba 1,362.2 1,244.6 9.5 1,316.0 1,245.0 5.7 1,323.1 1,197.0 10.5 1,272.5 1,201.8 5.9

Ontario 30,225.7 31,857.2 -5.1 31,622.1 32,895.0 -3.9 29,458.9 31,036.8 -5.1 30,793.3 32,018.8 -3.8

Quebec 8,584.2 9,019.0 -4.8 9,919.7 10,457.4 -5.1 8,013.7 8,460.4 -5.3 9,349.7 9,914.8 -5.7

New Brunswick 502.6 493.8 1.8 485.1 465.8 4.1 468.6 454.8 3.0 452.5 433.7 4.3

Nova Scotia 911.9 958.4 -4.9 900.1 946.8 -4.9 858.2 894.7 -4.1 857.5 894.3 -4.1

Prince Edward Island106.8 119.4 -10.6 75.1 88.2 -14.9 88.4 96.3 -8.2 60.5 68.6 -11.8

Newfoundland & Labrador 480.2 484.5 -0.9 352.1 351.7 0.1 458.5 460.2 -0.4 333.9 330.8 0.9

Northwest Territories 23.4 25.2 -6.9 23.4 25.2 -6.9 24.4 24.6 -1.2 22.2 22.6 -1.7

Yukon 40.9 39.0 4.9 40.6 37.2 9.2 40.3 37.2 8.2 40.3 36.6 10.1

Canada 72,604.3 72,352.5 0.3 75,761.8 75,127.8 0.8 69,379.0 69,087.6 0.4 72,528.7 71,710.1 1.1

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British Columbia 36,029 37,411 -3.7 36,237 37,324 -2.9 34,058 34,618 -1.6 34,191 34,621 -1.2

Alberta 23,669 24,484 -3.3 24,335 25,089 -3.0 21,703 22,260 -2.5 22,606 23,113 -2.2

Saskatchewan 5,451 5,189 5.0 5,408 5,247 3.1 4,694 4,474 4.9 4,639 4,495 3.2

Manitoba 6,095 5,862 4.0 5,793 5,725 1.2 5,731 5,515 3.9 5,429 5,399 0.6

Ontario 85,425 94,444 -9.5 87,550 96,326 -9.1 81,449 89,987 -9.5 83,764 92,152 -9.1

Quebec 34,253 37,698 -9.1 39,643 43,884 -9.7 32,030 35,260 -9.2 37,422 41,495 -9.8

New Brunswick 3,332 3,365 -1.0 3,127 3,139 -0.4 2,909 2,905 0.1 2,755 2,724 1.1

Nova Scotia 4,617 4,951 -6.7 4,382 4,742 -7.6 4,088 4,351 -6.0 3,962 4,216 -6.0

Prince Edward Island804 859 -6.4 570 618 -7.8 613 649 -5.5 430 468 -8.1

Newfoundland & Labrador 2,065 2,206 -6.4 1,526 1,602 -4.7 1,847 1,991 -7.2 1,369 1,441 -5.0

Northwest Territories 72 73 -1.4 61 65 -6.2 67 65 3.1 60 59 1.7

Yukon 134 142 -5.6 123 129 -4.7 128 139 -7.9 122 125 -2.4

Canada 201,946 216,684 -6.8 208,755 223,890 -6.8 189,317 202,214 -6.4 196,749 210,308 -6.4

May 2011 year-to-date data for Prince Edward Island contain estimates for the month of May

* in millions of dollars

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Sales Activity

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Dollar Volume & Sales Activity over MLS® Systems of Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

Dollar Volume*

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May 2011

Year to date

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British Columbia 77,297 86,525 -10.7 87,796 96,679 -9.2 67,917 75,291 -9.8 77,252 84,666 -8.8

Alberta 52,972 57,524 -7.9 59,106 64,050 -7.7 44,198 48,416 -8.7 49,438 54,073 -8.6

Saskatchewan 12,020 11,318 6.2 13,080 12,268 6.6 9,010 8,705 3.5 9,774 9,442 3.5

Manitoba 8,996 8,910 1.0 9,559 9,630 -0.7 8,056 7,873 2.3 8,528 8,507 0.2

Ontario 157,648 175,359 -10.1 178,421 197,364 -9.6 139,944 156,977 -10.9 158,508 176,822 -10.4

Quebec 71,400 69,826 2.3 82,543 80,705 2.3 63,049 61,588 2.4 73,656 71,767 2.6

New Brunswick 8,029 7,947 1.0 8,799 8,585 2.5 5,972 5,965 0.1 6,606 6,506 1.5

Nova Scotia 10,861 10,745 1.1 12,060 11,843 1.8 8,194 8,039 1.9 9,237 9,082 1.7

Prince Edward Island1,904 1,865 2.1 2,119 2,036 4.1 1,249 1,217 2.6 1,367 1,304 4.8

Newfoundland & Labrador 4,546 4,450 2.2 4,629 4,483 3.3 3,743 3,554 5.3 3,782 3,518 7.5

Northwest Territories 76 83 -8.4 77 85 -9.4 74 80 -7.5 74 78 -5.1

Yukon 204 169 20.7 225 186 21.0 196 161 21.7 211 172 22.7

Canada 405,953 434,721 -6.6 458,414 487,914 -6.0 351,602 377,866 -7.0 398,433 425,937 -6.5

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British Columbia 567,799 482,897 17.6 575,774 490,070 17.5 580,618 505,688 14.8 588,857 505,256 16.5

Alberta 359,867 359,820 0.0 360,420 361,278 -0.2 353,890 352,999 0.3 354,708 355,320 -0.2

Saskatchewan 255,247 238,178 7.2 257,478 240,142 7.2 253,487 237,389 6.8 257,405 240,975 6.8

Manitoba 223,501 212,309 5.3 227,176 217,465 4.5 230,875 217,037 6.4 234,385 222,592 5.3

Ontario 353,828 337,313 4.9 361,189 341,497 5.8 361,685 344,903 4.9 367,620 347,456 5.8

Quebec n/a n/a - n/a n/a - n/a n/a - 257,352 243,566 5.7

New Brunswick 150,845 146,737 2.8 155,130 148,405 4.5 161,088 156,543 2.9 164,235 159,217 3.2

Nova Scotia 197,516 193,581 2.0 205,402 199,659 2.9 209,943 205,624 2.1 216,440 212,110 2.0

Prince Edward Island132,789 138,988 -4.5 131,697 142,656 -7.7 144,137 148,358 -2.8 140,727 146,561 -4.0

Newfoundland & Labrador 232,564 219,640 5.9 230,741 219,545 5.1 248,224 231,119 7.4 243,892 229,575 6.2

Northwest Territories 325,647 345,012 -5.6 384,370 387,475 -0.8 363,532 379,196 -4.1 370,193 382,790 -3.3

Yukon 305,370 274,812 11.1 330,145 288,245 14.5 314,607 267,650 17.5 330,228 292,768 12.8

Canada 359,524 333,908 7.7 362,922 335,557 8.2 366,470 341,656 7.3 368,636 340,976 8.1

May 2011 year-to-date data for Prince Edward Island contain estimates for the month of May

* Provincial weighted average price for Quebec (provided by Québec Federation of Real Estate Boards); does not affect weighted and unweighted national average price calculations.

Information on Quebec's weighted average price calculation can be found at: http://www.fciq.ca/immobilier-economiste.php

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Average Price*

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New Listings and Average Sale Price over MLS® Systems of Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

New Listings

Total1 Residential

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May 2011

Year to date

May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change

British Columbia 46.6 43.2 3.4 41.3 38.6 2.7 50.1 46.0 4.1 44.3 40.9 3.4

Alberta 44.7 42.6 2.1 41.2 39.2 2.0 49.1 46.0 3.1 45.7 42.7 3.0

Saskatchewan 45.3 45.8 -0.5 41.3 42.8 -1.5 52.1 51.4 0.7 47.5 47.6 -0.1

Manitoba 67.8 65.8 2.0 60.6 59.4 1.2 71.1 70.0 1.1 63.7 63.5 0.2

Ontario 54.2 53.9 0.3 49.1 48.8 0.3 58.2 57.3 0.9 52.8 52.1 0.7

Quebec 48.0 54.0 -6.0 48.0 54.4 -6.4 50.8 57.3 -6.5 50.8 57.8 -7.0

New Brunswick 41.5 42.3 -0.8 35.5 36.6 -1.1 48.7 48.7 0.0 41.7 41.9 -0.2

Nova Scotia 42.5 46.1 -3.6 36.3 40.0 -3.7 49.9 54.1 -4.2 42.9 46.4 -3.5

Prince Edward Island42.2 46.1 -3.9 26.9 30.4 -3.5 49.1 53.3 -4.2 31.5 35.9 -4.4

Newfoundland & Labrador 45.4 49.6 -4.2 33.0 35.7 -2.7 49.3 56.0 -6.7 36.2 41.0 -4.8

Northwest Territories 94.7 88.0 6.7 79.2 76.5 2.7 90.5 81.3 9.2 81.1 75.6 5.5

Yukon 65.7 84.0 -18.3 54.7 69.4 -14.7 65.3 86.3 -21.0 57.8 72.7 -14.9

Canada 49.7 49.8 -0.1 45.5 45.9 -0.4 53.8 53.5 0.3 49.4 49.4 0.0

May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change May 2011 YTD May 2010 YTD change

British Columbia 6.7 6.6 0.1 8.5 8.4 0.1 7.1 7.1 0.0 6.9 6.9 0.0

Alberta 5.5 5.2 0.3 7.2 6.9 0.3 6.0 5.7 0.3 5.6 5.4 0.2

Saskatchewan 5.1 5.1 0.0 7.4 7.4 0.0 6.0 5.9 0.1 5.8 5.6 0.2

Manitoba 2.5 2.4 0.1 3.3 3.1 0.2 2.7 2.5 0.2 2.7 2.4 0.3

Ontario 3.7 3.4 0.3 4.6 4.3 0.3 3.9 3.6 0.3 3.7 3.5 0.2

Quebec 8.2 6.6 1.6 9.2 7.5 1.7 8.8 7.1 1.7 8.0 6.4 1.6

New Brunswick 7.8 7.5 0.3 13.0 13.0 0.0 8.9 8.7 0.2 9.2 9.1 0.1

Nova Scotia 8.1 7.2 0.9 14.3 12.8 1.5 9.2 8.2 1.0 9.3 8.3 1.0

Prince Edward Island9.2 9.0 0.2 26.0 24.4 1.6 12.1 11.9 0.2 16.4 15.7 0.7

Newfoundland & Labrador 5.7 4.2 1.5 10.8 8.7 2.1 6.4 4.6 1.8 7.9 5.9 2.0

Northwest Territories 1.7 1.8 -0.1 2.3 2.5 -0.2 1.8 2.0 -0.2 1.9 2.1 -0.2

Yukon 3.6 3.2 0.4 4.7 4.0 0.7 3.8 3.3 0.5 3.8 3.5 0.3

Canada 5.4 4.9 0.5 6.9 6.3 0.6 5.8 5.3 0.5 5.6 5.0 0.6

May 2011 year-to-date data for Prince Edward Island contain estimates for the month of May

1 Total = Residential + Non-residential

2 Seasonally adjusted

3 Not seasonally adjusted

Source: The Canadian Real Estate Association

Note: Due to changes in local market boundaries and data collection in the province of Quebec, local market and provincial totals for Quebec and Canada after 2002 are not directly comparable with earlier years.

Months of Inventory

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Months of Inventory and Sales as a Percentage of New Listings over MLS® Systems of Canadian Real Estate Boards & Associations

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• 2,000 sq. ft., 3 bath, 3 bdrm single story "Basement " - MLS® $565,000 CAD - Incredible home all brick

 -  Incredible!! Almost 2000 Square Foot bungalow in an upscale community of homes in Mansfield. Set on just over an Acre this 3 bedroom 3 bathroom home boasts many upgrades ($32,000.00) including 9 Foot ceilings, hardwood, upgraded kitchen, fireplace, en suite, just to name a few. Open floor plan allows for great entertaining family living complimented by a basement layout that is sure to impress. Call click or email today to view this incredible brick bungalow. You'll be impressed / features galore with quality craftsmanship to boot!

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Price Reduced on 20 Somerville Crescent in Mansfield

Mansfield, McNab / Braeside  -  Announcing a price reduction on 20 Somerville Crescent, a 2,000 sq. ft., 3 bath, 3 bdrm single story "Basement ". Now $565,000 CAD - Incredible home all brick.

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urging a more affordable home ownership for Realtors, buyers, sellers and the economy

LOCAL REALTORS®: HOME OWNERSHIP MATTERS

 

Home is the one place where we create an environment that’s all our own. It’s also where we establish traditions, mold our family’s values, and form our identity. But does it matter whether we own the home or not?

 

It does. As REALTORS®, we know that home ownership matters to people, communities and Ontario. That’s why the Georgian Triangle Real Estate Board is urging all local candidates running in the October 6, 2011 Ontario Election to support making home ownership more affordable.

 

For people, home ownership matters. Studies show that home ownership has a significant positive impact on net worth. The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) reports that the average Canadian home owner has a net worth of $377,000 versus a renter whose average net worth is $64,000.  Homeowners can draw upon that net worth when they age, reducing the need for government assistance.

 

For families, home ownerships matters. According to a recent survey by Ipsos-Reid, the overwhelming majority (94%) of Ontarians, including those who rent, agree that owning a home provides a stable and healthy environment for raising a family.

 

For communities, home ownership matters. People who own homes are invested in their neighborhoods. The same Ipsos-Reid survey showed that 82 per cent of Ontario home owners say they have donated to charity; home owners are much more likely to say they voted in the last municipal election than renters; and 35 per cent have volunteered in their community.

 

Finally, for Ontario, home ownership matters. The provincial housing industry creates thousands of jobs and drives our economy. Last year, MLS® home sales generated $9.3 billion in consumer spending and created over 80,000 direct and indirect jobs. Every home purchased in Ontario pumps $47,575 into the provincial economy for furniture, home improvements and other items.

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Price Reduced on 235 John Street in Stayner

Stayner, Clearview  -  Announcing a price reduction on 235 John Street, a 1,000 sq. ft., 1 bath, 3 bdrm 2 story "Effiecient and Cozy layout". Now MLS® $169,900 CAD - huge corner lot.

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