Canadian Real Estate Makes The Largest Drop Since 2008, and New York Gears Up For A Speculator Crackdown.
Teranet’s HPI shows Vancouver real estate printed an all-time high in February, but a deep dive into the data actually shows a huge monthly decline that’s being averaged out. Here’s what you need to know.
Canadian Real Estate Debt Is Now The Size of 76% of GDP, and “Corrupt African Leaders” Are Buying Homes In Canada
Toronto real estate continued to see a cooler market in February. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show prices are still higher, but they’re tapering fast. This occurred as sales declined, and inventory climbed for the eleventh consecutive month. Toronto Real Estate Prices Are Seeing Gains Taper The sale price of a home is still […]
We know you’re busy. So here’s a cheat sheet on the week’s most important real estate stories. You’re welcome. Canadian Real Estate Canada Didn’t Skip The Great Recession, We Delayed It. Here’s The Chart Recessions sound bad, but they serve a useful purpose. They’re a part of the natural business cycle, killing misallocations of both […]
Greater Toronto real estate prices have been soaring largely due to the perception of a shortage of land. Researchers from Neptis, a non-partisan urban research foundation, argue there’s plenty of land however. We’re not even using much of the land earmarked for development.
The Chinese government just took control of a company that recently bought billions in Canadian real estate, and one of Asia’s top real estate execs says Vancouver is “overpriced.”
Toronto condo prices just printed another all-time high, but is seeing gains taper. Here’s what you need to know about the numbers.
Time for your cheat sheet on this week’s most important real estate stories. Canadian Real Estate CIBC Kills Foreign Income Program, Makes Buying Canadian Real Estate Harder CIBC is discontinuing its Foreign Income Program, a program designed to help those with foreign income obtain an uninsured mortgage. The program is being replaced with new, more […]
Canadian mortgage growth is decelerating, and Toronto real estate gets its first media price decline since 2009.