The Construction Industry and Land Development Association announced today (28th) that
the new housing market in most districts continued to recover in September,
both in terms of new home sales
and new home market growth.
According to BILD’s market research firm Altus Group,
the number of new home sales in the residential market
in most districts in September was 3061,
an increase of 73% over the same period last year,
which is 6% higher than the average annual sales of the past 10 years.
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Among them, the sales volume of newly built high,
medium and low apartment units
and stacked townhouses was 2,107 sets,
an increase of 39% over the same period of last year,
which is 12% higher than the average annual sales volume in the past 10 years.
The largest growth is in new low-rise houses including single-family houses,
semi-detached houses and town houses.
In September this year, the sales volume in most districts was 954,
which was 283% higher than that in September 2018,
which was higher than the average of the past 10 years. 5% of sales.
Among them, the Holden District and York District grew the most,
the former sold 44 sets in September last year,
and reached 352 sets in September this year;
the latter last year was 101 sets in September
and 262 sets in September this year.
In September, the new housing market in most districts
also saw an increase in the number of new homes entering the market.
The number of new homes listed for listing,
including houses under construction,
houses under construction and newly built houses was 18,745 units,
which continued to grow from last month.
BILD Chairman and CEO David Wilkes said that
while sales in new homes in most districts are recovering,
we will experience tight supply in the market.
We need to continue to increase the supply of new homes
and maintain a long-term stable development of the housing market.