A summary of the most important Canadian real estate stories: Canada’s reliance on debt, Toronto speculators, and Vancouver renters.
The CBC just reported over 130 people lined up for a shot at renting a single apartment, and things could get worse for Vancouver renters.
This week we found out the world’s most expensive cities, Chinese buyers might have hit peak, and Canadians are making less than last year.
We summarize this week’s smartest insights, including Asia’s speculation problems, Vancouver’s buying pools, and Toronto real estate prices.
Toronto real estate is reaching scorching hot levels, here are the neighborhoods fetching the most (and where there might be a deal or two)
Calgary real estate is off to a better start in 2017. Prices still declined in January, but sales and inventory are showing better balance.
The bad news keeps piling up for Vancouver real estate, as the city saw condos decline on almost every measure in December 2016.
The latest report from the Toronto Real Estate Board saw lower prices in December, but more sales and less inventory.
Calgary real estate joined Toronto and Vancouver’s markets when it came to declining detached home prices in December 2016.
The best market in a decade didn’t exactly help Calgary real estate. Instead it saw lower prices, less sales, and more inventory.