Before seasonal adjustments, the Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index™, which covers the country’s eleven largest CMAs, rose by 2.6% from May to June, the fourth consecutive monthly increase.
After adjusting for seasonal effects, the Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index™ rose by 2.2% from May to June, the third consecutive monthly increase and the highest since November 2006. In June, 9 of the 11 CMAs included in the index posted increases: Toronto (+2.9%), Vancouver (+2.6%), Quebec City (+2.6%), Halifax (+2.3%), Calgary (+2.1%), Victoria (+1.9%), Montreal (+1.4%), Ottawa-Gatineau (+1.0%) and Edmonton (+0.2%). Conversely, prices fell during the month in Winnipeg (-0.2%), while remaining stable in Hamilton. For the other CMAs not included in the composite index, growth was observed in 15 of the 20 CMAs for which data is available in June. The strongest monthly increases were seen in Brantford (+8.7% after a drop of 8.2% the previous month) and Sherbrooke (+5.8% after a drop of 4.5% the previous month). Conversely, the biggest decreases were seen in Saint John (-3.3%) and St. Catharines (-1.2%).
The Teranet-National Bank Composite Home Price Index™ fell by 5.1% from June 2022 to June 2023, a smaller annual contraction than the previous month. Increases were still observed in 3 of the 11 cities making up the composite index in June. Calgary led the way with a 6.5% year-on-year price increase, followed by Quebec City with a 5.2% gain and Edmonton with 1.3% growth. As for lagging markets, prices fell most sharply in Hamilton (-13.4%), Ottawa-Gatineau (-8.4%) and Toronto (-6.7%). As for the other 20 CMAs not included in the composite index, annual gains were observed in 5 of them. The strongest growth was recorded in Trois-Rivières (+6.7%), Lethbridge (+5.1%) and Sherbrooke (+4.8%), while the steepest declines were in St. Catharines (-14.4%), Brantford (-14.0%), Abbotsford-Mission (-13.3%) and Peterborough (-13.2%).
- Composite 11
- All Metropolitan Indices
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Nova Scotia
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Economics and Strategy Group
National Bank of Canada