Finally, let’s look at the Months of Inventory in Halton.
This statistic tracks how long it would take for all houses on the market in Halton to sell if we stopped having any new listings. The higher the MOI, the more of a buyer’s market, the lower the MOI, the more of a seller’s market. Somewhere between three to four months is considered a balanced market.
How is Halton doing in terms of months of inventory? Remember that the lower the levels of inventory, the more likely it is that prices will rise.
Let’s look at what our current months of inventory for Halton predict what will happen to prices next month. The MOI as of the end of August was 2.7 months, which means that technically, the Halton market is a seller’s market as of right now. We will take that with a grain of salt, as we’ve seen such low levels of inventory relative to demand over the past few years, we’ve had to adjust our definitions for the market. Nonetheless, on its own, our current months of inventory predicts that the average price in Halton should stay mostly flat or rise by a small amount in September.