Canadian real estate prices see the largest single-month decline since 2008, and Vancouver’s detached home prices inch to an all-time high.
Toronto real estate prices have started to decline up to $2100 per day, and Vancouver is seeing prices rise, but inventory build.
Modeling a potential Canadian real estate price correction, and digging through the modern history of foreign buying of Vancouver real estate.
Canada’s tech talent is seeing pay stall to subsidize real estate prices, and how far detached are Canadian home prices from reality?
IMF ranks Canadian real estate as “overvalued,” late mortgage payments are falling fast, and Toronto and Vancouver condo prices are soaring.
This week’s top stories include the impact of higher interest rates, and the difference between a correction and a crash.
This week’s top real estate stories: Canada’s vacant home problem, Toronto real estate is slowing down, and Vancouver is booming…again.
Canada gets flagged for a financial crisis…twice, Vancouver’s subprime buyer program is spiking prices, and inflation plummets.
China’s largest international real estate buyer has a problem, and the Canadian government thinks household debt will accelerate.
Residential land accounted for almost a third of all commercial land sales in Vancouver, down from 50% the same time last year.