Looking Beyond Home Sales: What CREAStats.ca Does for You

How do Canadians feel about making major purchases like a home or car?

Is immigration down?

What’s the unemployment rate across the country?


You can find the answers to all these questions and more, all in one place: CREAStats.ca.

Did you know the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) compiles and analyzes numerous factors affecting the real estate market—it’s not just a place to find home sale statistics.

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CREA provides REALTORS® with a snapshot of Canadian housing markets, regional demographics, consumer sentiment and policy rate analysis.

Did you know: the CREA Stats Centre is a one-stop shop for MLS® System statistics, the national news release, aggregate data from the national, provincial and board level, plus more detailed statistics broken down by local areas and property types.

From employment trends and consumer confidence to interest rate changes and an overview of  changes in population from immigration, you can find everything you need on CREAStats.ca. This one stop shop makes your life easier and means you can get back to business faster.

This information empowers REALTORS® like you to add value and improve your business by understanding what factors your local market is being shaped by.

You can use this information to help your clients make more informed decisions. It can also help you adapt your business plan based on external factors. CREAStats.ca gets updated frequently—as soon as new data becomes available—so you can stay up to date.

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How do you use CREAStats.ca to help your business? Tell us in the Comments below.

Looking for local data? CREA provides detailed data/statistical reports to boards and associations across the country. Contact your local board to access the full reports.

CREA complies and analyzes numerous factors affecting the real estate market for the public, REALTORS® and governments.


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