• Last year, semi-detached sales improved by six per cent, making it the only sector to see sales rise to long-term averages. For many, this property type provides some of the same benefits as a detached property, but at a more affordable price.
  • The improvement in sales, combined with easing new listings, helped support inventory declines across most districts. This helped push the market toward more balanced conditions. However, the oversupply scenario persisted, weighing on prices.
  • In 2019, semi-detached prices eased by nearly four per cent. However, there was a wide range of price adjustments within each district. Both the City Centre and South districts recorded price declines of five per cent, while the North district saw prices improve by nearly two per cent.