Vancouver’s soaring real estate prices helped to send mortgage delinquencies to a new low, but it’s not the good news you think it is.
Canadian real estate prices take the largest nose dive in years according to numbers released by the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Vancouver detached real estate hits an all-time high, despite sales declining almost twice as fast as inventory.
Toronto detached real estate had a rough July, with TREB reporting neighborhoods experiencing a drop of up to $200,000 in some ‘hoods.
Toronto real estate prices have started to decline up to $2100 per day, and Vancouver is seeing prices rise, but inventory build.
The high liquidity of Toronto real estate has sent mortgage defaults to record lows, here’s why this might be a problem.
Vancouver real estate is seeing inventory rapidly build, as sales drop. Don’t worry, prices still moved higher.
Toronto Real Estate Board numbers show neighborhoods in Toronto saw typical home prices drop up to $2,100 per day.
The world’s largest real estate buyers are still short on cash, as China’s improved capital controls sent reserves to a 9 month high.
Modeling a potential Canadian real estate price correction, and digging through the modern history of foreign buying of Vancouver real estate.