Toronto real estate showed signs of improvement from last year, but that doesn’t exactly say much. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show sales improved in July, printing a huge jump. Last year’s numbers were hampered by policy changes, so it isn’t the great news it appears. Despite showing big gains, most numbers indicate it […]
Canadian real estate debt is at epic levels, but who are these people borrowing? The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) and Equifax provided us with a breakdown of debt, shedding a little light on homeownership at the end of 2017. Despite elevated home prices across Canada, there’s over a million Millennial homeowners. Even more […]
Canadian real estate markets continued to cool across the country. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show the sales to new listing ratio dropped in every major market west of Ottawa. That’s right, only four markets saw improvements last month. Sales To New Listings (SNLR) The sales to new listings ratio (SNLR) is the indicator […]
Toronto’s detached real estate is showing signs of improvement, but it’s far from a recovery. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show prices are down by tens of thousands of dollars in June. The lower prices did provide a little motivation for buyers, sending sales up from last year. Don’t get too excited though, it […]
Toronto real estate showed signs of life for the first time in a year, although there are a whole lot of footnotes. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) reported Greater Toronto price declines improved in May, compared to last month. Although they’re still down from the year before. Sales definitely did spike though! … but only […]
According to the Canadian Real Estate Associations’ SNLR, Toronto was the fastest cooling market in the country in May.
Toronto real estate might be seeing sales plunge, but condo prices still hit a new all-time high… despite higher inventory.
Canadian real estate sales continued to slump, any way you cut the numbers. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show May sales, usually the peak of the year, are significantly lower than last year. In fact, it was some the worst May numbers for Canada over the past decade. Seasonally Adjusted Versus Non-Seasonally Adjusted If […]
Toronto detached real estate is seeing prices move seasonally higher, but is still way below last year’s levels. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show lower detached prices in May, but the declines are tapering in size. Not entirely unexpected with declining detached sales, and rising inventory across Greater Toronto. Toronto Detached Homes Are Down […]
Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver show prices across the region moved higher in May, despite falling sales and soaring inventory.