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TREB Housing Market Charts December 2012

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  • 1. Housing Market Charts – December 2012
  • 2. TorontoMLS Sales Monthly with Three Previous Years for Comparison 12,000 2009 2010 2011 2012 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 Source: Toronto Real Estate BoardExplanation: This chart plots monthly MLS® sales for the current year and the previous three years. Therecurring seasonal trend can be examined along with comparisons to previous years for each month.
  • 3. TorontoMLS New Listings Monthly with Three Previous Years for Comparison 25,000 2009 2010 2011 2012 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 Source: Toronto Real Estate BoardExplanation: This chart plots monthly MLS® new listings for the current year and the previous threeyears. The recurring seasonal trend can be examined along with comparisons to previous years for eachmonth.
  • 4. TorontoMLS Sales-to-New Listings Ratio Monthly with Three Previous Years for Comparison 1.10 2009 2010 2011 2012 1.00 0.90 0.80 0.70 0.60 0.50 0.40 0.30 0.20 0.10 0.00 Source: Toronto Real Estate BoardExplanation: This chart plots the monthly MLS® sales-to-new listings ratio (SNLR) for the current year and the previousthree years. The recurring seasonal trend can be examined along with comparisons to previous years for each month.When the SNLR moves higher, annual average price growth generally increases – often at a rate well above inflation.When the SNLR moves lower, annual average price growth generally declines and can become negative.
  • 5. TorontoMLS Average Resale Home Price Monthly with Three Previous Years for Comparison $550,000 2009 2010 2011 2012 $500,000 $450,000 $400,000 $350,000 $300,000 Source: Toronto Real Estate BoardExplanation: This chart plots the monthly MLS® average home price for the current year and theprevious three years. The recurring seasonal trend can be examined along with comparisons to previousyears for each month.
  • 6. TorontoMLS Sales Monthly Time Series with Trend Line 12,000 Actual MLS® Sales 10,000 Trend (12-Month Moving Average) 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 Source: Toronto Real Estate BoardExplanation: This chart plots monthly MLS® sales since January 1995. The blue line shows actual sales. The brownline is the trend computed using a 12-month moving average, which exhibits no seasonal variations or otherirregular fluctuations. A substantial change in actual sales must occur to change the direction of the trend.
  • 7. TorontoMLS New Listings Monthly Time Series with Trend Line 22,000 20,000 Actual MLS® New Listings 18,000 Trend (12-Month Moving Average) 16,000 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 Source: Toronto Real Estate BoardExplanation: This chart plots monthly MLS® new listings since January 1995. The blue line shows actual new listings.The brown line is the trend computed using a 12-month moving average, which exhibits no seasonal variations or otherirregular fluctuations. A substantial change in actual new listings must occur to change the direction of the trend.
  • 8. TorontoMLS Average Price Monthly Time Series with Trend Line 575,000 Actual MLS® Average Price 525,000 475,000 Trend (12-Month Moving Average) 425,000 375,000 325,000 275,000 225,000 175,000 Source: Toronto Real Estate BoardExplanation: This chart plots monthly MLS® average price since January 1995. The blue line shows the actual averageprice. The brown line is the trend computed using a 12-month moving average, which exhibits no seasonal variations orother irregular fluctuations. A substantial change in actual average price must occur to change the direction of thetrend.
  • 9. TorontoMLS Sales-to-New Listings Ratio Compared to Average Annual Per Cent Change in Home Price Average Price Annual Per Cent Change Sales-to-New Listings Ratio 1.20 25% Sales-to-New Listings Ratio Average Price Annual Per Cent Change 1.00 20% 15% (Brown Line) 0.80 (Blue Line) 10% 0.60 5% 0.40 0% -5% 0.20 -10% 0.00 -15% Source: Toronto Real Estate BoardExplanation: This chart plots the monthly sales-to-new listings ratio (blue line) with year-over-year average annual percent price change (brown line). When the sales-to-new listings ratio moves higher, average annual per cent change inhome prices generally trends higher. When the sales-to-new listings ratio moves lower, average annual per cent changein home prices generally trends lower.
  • 10. TREB Affordability Indicator Share of Average Household Income Used for Mortgage Principal and Interest, Property Taxes and Utilities on the Averaged Priced GTA Resale Home 55% 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% Source: Toronto Real Estate Board Data and Calculation; Statistics CanadaExplanation: This chart plots the share of average household income that goes toward mortgage principal and interest, property taxes and utilitiesfor the average priced home in the GTA subject to the following assumptions:1. Average annual or year-to-date home price as reported by TREB2. 20 per cent down payment3. Average 5-year fixed mortgage rate (Statistics Canada); 25-year amortization4. Average property tax rate reported by/estimated from the Statistics Canada Survey of Household Spending5. Average utilities cost reported by/estimated from the Statistics Canada Survey of Household Spending and components of the Consumer Price Index6. Average household income reported by the Census of Canada. Years in between Censuses estimated using interpolation (years up to 2005) or annual growth in average weekly earnings reported by Statistics Canada in the Labour Force Survey (2006 onward).