Last week we looked at how major Canadian cities were experiencing the price gap between two housing opposites: the two-storey house and the condo. Using stats from Royal LePage’s third quarter report, we measured just how big the difference was, cross-country.
But now we want to check how the gap’s changed over the years. Digging up past quarterly reports, we’ve charted the course of third quarter prices over the last three years.
Here’s how three major metros in Central Canada fared:
All stats courtesy of Royal LePage.