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Collingwood – Blue Mountain Real Estate Market Update May 2016


MAY-2016-Infographic-CKMAY 2016 Western Region Southern Georgian Bay Association of REALTORS®
includes Wasaga Beach, Springwater, Clearview Township, Collingwood, The Blue Mountains, Municipality of Meaford and Grey Highlands.
All Real Estate Types

  • May 2016 real estate sales, including residential and non-residential numbered 314, an increase of 31%  on a year-over-year basis.
  • Total sales dollar volume for all real estate sales in the Western Region for the month of May was $114,159,859, up 45% over the same period last year, while sales dollar volume is up 32% year-to-date.

Residential Real Estate 

  • Residential Sales totalled 270, a 33% increase over May 2015.
  • Residential listings – 410 new listings for the month of May, down -8.1% and total number of listings in the system – 623, down by -38.7%.

Local Markets

  • Clearview: 19 units sold – an increase of 18.75% over May 2015. The 12 month average price increased 16.2% to $419,327
  • Collingwood: 44 units sold – an increase of 19% over May 2015. The 12 month average price increased 14% to $396,757
  • The Blue Mountains: 19 units sold -an increase of 18.75% over May 2015. The 12 month average price increased 2.2% to $621,332
  • Wasaga Beach: 81 units sold – an increase of 28.5% over May 2015. The 12 month average price increased 9.6% to $324,194
  • Municipality of Meaford: 16 units sold – a decrease of -16% over May 2015. The 12 month average price increased 3.5% to $310,711

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