Today's market conditions are indeed varied. Entry level single family homes appear to be increasing in value -- high rise condo's in a holding pattern - and many townhouse complexes still reducing slightly. So what to do? One can never state we are at the bottom or top of a cycle -- and making purchase decision based on this finite point is a quesstimate at best. However if you view the market in quartiles, you should be reasaonablyu accurate with your result. Purchasing while in the bottom quartile typically means as a Buyer, you will realize great value. Selling whilst the market is in the top quartile typically means you will realize a premium for your property. Our market still appears to be in the mid/bottom quartile.