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Canada’s leisure properties market to melt warns RLP


In Atlantic Canada for instance, demand for leisure properties within the area has decreased 46% year-over-year.

“Events on each side of the transaction are ready for a greater deal – leisure consumers are sitting on the sidelines ready for extra stock to grow to be out there, whereas sellers are holding out for greater gives and aggressive bids. However, the multiple-offer situations and houses promoting over-asking aren’t as frequent right this moment as they had been throughout the pandemic increase,” stated Corey Huskilson, gross sales consultant, Royal LePage Atlantic in South Shore, Nova Scotia.

Finish of the push

Though the pandemic sparked a ‘rural rush’ amongst urbanites, circumstances are actually extra balanced as many leisure housing markets reported that these metropolis dwellers returning dwelling is a reasonably frequent prevalence.

“Many city companies now require staff to be within the workplace at the least a number of days every week, making lengthy commutes difficult,” acknowledged Soper. “For a lot of, residing in cottage nation full-time has misplaced its romantic shine, which means we’re again to viewing the cottage, cabin and chalet as a weekend and summer time escape from city residing.”

The one market that’s anticipated to publish a rise in value this 12 months (of 0.5%) is Alberta.


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