Canadian real estate sales soared to a record high, as FOMO drives buyers to “squeeze” in before mortgage stress testing becomes mandatory.
Toronto real estate saw prices decline for a seventh consecutive month, as sales continued to slide and inventory climbs.
The Canadian real estate slow down from higher interest rates is real, and parliament is projecting it will slow GDP growth until at least 2022.
Toronto real estate is still cooling down from the great panic buying of early 2017, and the condo market is no exception.
Canadian real estate inventory is soaring in some of the country’s hottest markets, and CREA is anticipating sales will drop next year.
Canadian real estate prices dropped for a third month in a row, with Toronto making the largest single month decline in the country.
Toronto real estate is seeing lower prices, less sales, and more inventory for detached homes across the city.
The mortgage industry says Canadian real estate buyers are going to have to lower expectations on what they can afford starting next month.
Toronto real estate extends its losing streak for the sixth month in a row, as sales continue to slide while inventory builds.
Vancouver and Toronto real estate is well out of reach for the median family buying today, but how does the rest of the country compare?