The RPS House Price Index empowers financial institutions to make enhanced analyses, risk management decisions and portfolio valuation with comprehensive data.
RPS House Price Index is recognized as the single most comprehensive source for house price data with index values, median house price dollar values and additional data from a national to a local level.
House price trends are provided broadly across the country, delivering the most robust national view of Canadian house price trends.
House price trends are provided at 6 geographical levels, including 2,500 local markets and further categorized by 6 key property styles.
Detailed supplemental information is provided, like neighbourhood homogeneity, rural/urban indicators and upper/lower price band data.
As its name indicates, the Comprehensive Package provides enterprises with the broadest, deepest and most detailed information available. This package provides house price information - including national and provincial trends - and local level data for over 2,500 geographies, 1,000 cities and towns, and 1,500 FSA-level neighbourhoods from coast to coast. Together with house price trends, which are categorized into six property styles, enterprises are able to, for example, see how condos are doing in Liberty Village versus single family detached homes in Rosedale.
Below is a summary of the cities and towns included in the Comprehensive Package. For a complete list, please see the Methodology.
|Province||# of cities|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||17|
|Prince Edward Island||10|
Below are the property style categories included in the Comprehensive Package:
Single Family Detached