Prices of London homes continue to rise, increasing 9.9% to $420,494 in the third quarter of 2019.

According to a survey released from Royal LePage this morning, a two-storey home increased 10.4%, while bungalows rose 10.5%.

 “The London housing market is going through a period of adjustment. While inventory is still historically low, a modest increase in listings has resulted in prices increasing at a slower rate,” said Peter Meyer, owner and broker of record, Royal LePage Triland Realty. “It is a seller’s market but we are edging towards a balanced market.”

There seems to be anticipation for the approval of a new casion in the region.

The average price of a home in Canada continues to post steady year-over-year gains in 2019.

The median price of a home in Canada increased 1.4% to $630, 335 in the third quarter of 2019.

Prices of a home in Canada are expected to rise 1.5% to $632, 226 - a 0.3% increase.