This week we discuss real estate commodity cycles, global millennial homeownership rates, and why inflation numbers are wrong.
The gap between new home prices in Canada and the US is growing, with Canadian homes now more than 50% more expensive.
Turns out Canadian and American millennials are finding the pursuit of homeownership a little more difficult than their Chinese counterparts.
Feel like expenses are rising faster than frequently quoted statistics? Here’s how Canadians are being misinformed about inflation.
The month’s not over yet, but we thought we’d give you a preview of how Vancouver real estate is doing so far in the month of May.
Soaring prices for Toronto’s detached homes are often attributed to the decline of detached units, but apparently that’s just a myth.
Economist Henry George first identified over 100 years ago that real estate runs in cycles. Here’s a primer on identifying those cycles.
This week’s top news for Canadian real estate, including Canada’s speculation problem, Vancouver’s mortgage quality is slipping, and more.
Plot twist. Toronto real estate sales are down, but the luxury segment is booming. What the f**k does that mean?
Vancouver real estate’s rapid price increases are leaving buyers stretched a little thin according to the Bank of Canada’s calculations.