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最新公布的国家银行房屋指数-Teranet-National Bank House Price Index显示,今年3月全加屋价继续上升,除了多伦多和温哥华2大市场继续火爆,其它地区的房地产市场也有复苏的迹象。

与前1个月相比,今年3月的国家银行房屋指数上升了0.3%,连续第3个月处于上升态势。

多伦多和温哥华的房屋指数上升了0.3%,东部地区的其它城市过去几个月下跌了5%,但是3月份有所回升,蒙特利尔的屋价上个月上升了0.7%,魁北克城升了1.5%,哈里法斯升了1.2%。

过去几个月饱受油价摧残的阿省房市,3月份的屋价也有回升迹象,阿省最大城市卡尔加里(Calgary)房价升了0.2%,省会城市Edmonton房价升了0.4%。 全加11个主要房地产市场中,只有3个城市仍然下跌,包括渥太华下跌0.2%,卑诗省维多利亚和安省汉密尔顿的房价分别下跌0.2%-0.3%。

与去年3月比较,全国房价整体上升4.7%,其中汉密尔顿市的房价增幅最大,达到8.4%;多伦多房价上升7.6%,温哥华房价上升5.3%,全国只有2个城市的房价低于去年同期,分别是渥太华和Winnipeg。

多伦多和温哥华今年3月份的平均房价均创下历史记录, 全国其它城市的房价也逐渐恢复,国家银行高级经济师 Marc Pinsonneault预测未来几个月,全国房市仍然会在多温两市的带领下,处于上升的趋势。 

One of Canada's leading measures of home prices hit an all-time high in March as prices kept on rising in Toronto and Vancouver and rebounded in several slumping markets.

The Teranet-National Bank House Price Index rose 0.3 per cent in March compared to a month earlier, the third straight month of price gains.

Prices in the country's two hottest markets, Toronto and Vancouver, rose 0.3 per cent, helping to drive overall national price growth. But it was markets in Eastern Canada, where prices had been falling for several months, where prices rose the most. Having fallen 5 per cent over the past seven months, Montreal home prices rose 0.7 per cent last month. Home prices also jumped 1.5 per cent in Quebec City and 1.2 per cent in Halifax after months of declines.

Fears over falling oil prices looked to be subsiding in Alberta's major markets, with prices rising 0.4 per cent in Edmonton and 0.2 per cent in Calgary last month. Home prices fell in just three of Canada's 11 major markets. In Ottawa-Gatineau, which is in the midst of an ongoing housing slump, prices fell 0.2 per cent in March. Homes in the region are now what they were worth in 2011. Victoria and Hamilton saw prices fall between 0.2-0.3 per cent.

Nationally, prices are up 4.7 per cent from a year earlier, led by an annual 8.4 per cent jump in Hamilton, along with gains of 7.6 per cent in Toronto and 5.3 per cent in Vancouver. Prices were lower than the previous year in only two markets: Ottawa-Gatineau and Winnipeg.

Although prices were rising in most of the country's largest markets in March, the spring thaw “is no indication of general strength in the Canadian real estate market,” warned National Bank senior economist Marc Pinsonneault.

Toronto and Vancouver were the only two markets to hit record highs last month, with other markets simply bouncing back slightly from earlier price declines. Mr. Pinsonneault predicts prices will keep soaring in Toronto and Vancouver, with the two cities continuing to put “upward pressure” on the national price index over the next several months.

From: The Globe and Mail 

 

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