The significance of it should be estimated by average price changes, not by your personal point of view and future fears.
I don't see any problem in the fact that hidden inflation moved from house prices into rental prices for a while. It is what in best interest of Liberals to declare they won the affordability battle before elections. Plebs will eat this idea and when rents become too high it will already be too late to blame Liberals.
People will just be gradually forced to realize that renting is no longer the cheapest option to live.
Its good that many people here and in mass media are helping to Liberals to keep this idea that affordability is achieved. I am really impressed actually how it goes, people believe in falling even having positive numbers.
Also, no need to blame 6bedroom sales, 6M houses sales etc. People started to choose more expensive houses for a reason, not by a temporary coincidence that will disappear after 30 days. Everything that happened in Sept is only becoming more bullish. Even your low sales are becoming higher and your can watch in on Zolo. The complete absence of spillover effect into GTA only proves that people don't have any affordability issues. All they have is money and fears. And money are burning down by inflation.