Nina Asusa, Broker

Nina's journey in real estate began in the early 1990's where her passion for real-estate quickly grew from an investor and home renovator, to where she is today. In 2006*, Nina launched her full-time real estate career and quickly found herself helping her clients, who many became friends, achieve not just any lifestyle, but the lifestyle they wanted for themselves. Her model was and always will be ''Don't follow someone else's story; create your own story, create your own lifestyle, because 'home is where your story begins.'''  From a single realtor, to developing a strong team of realtors she personally mentored and later owning a real estate brokerage firm, Nina's focus remained the same. She continues to channel her high energy and extensive experience into understanding her client's needs and wants, and in helping them in their real estate journey. Nina's greatest honour is the trust others grant her when welcoming her in their life's journey.

Market Watch by the Numbers

By: Nina Asusa

Market Watch by the Numbers

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Total Residential Transactions



"Higher borrowing costs coupled with the new mortgage stress test certainly prompted some households to temporarily move to the sidelines to reassess their housing options. With this said, it is important to note that market conditions were improved in the second half of the year, both from a sales and pricing standpoint."
 
– Garry Bhaura, 2018/2019 TREB President

 

Total New Listings




"After spiking in 2017, new listings receded markedly in 2018. In many neighbourhoods, despite fewer sales from a historic perspective, some buyers still struggled to find a home that meets their needs. The result was a resumption of a moderate year-over-year pace of home price growth in the second half of the year."
– Jason Mercer, Director, Market Analysis, TREB
 


Average Selling Price


Seasonally Adjusted Figures*

Seasonality refers to a monthly (or quarterly) pattern that occurs in roughly the same manner from one year to the next, e.g., sales are highest in the spring and lowest in the winter each year.
 
*Preliminary seasonal adjustment undertaken by CREA. Removing normal seasonal variations allows for more meaningful analysis of monthly changes and underlying trends.