Part 3 of our notes from the CMHC “Future of Home Prices” talk focuses on combining models for price targets, using Toronto real estate as the example.
Canadian real estate prices won’t wait for incomes, so what’s next? Here’s part 2 of my CMHC presentation notes on the future of housing.
The Canadian government invited me to talk about the future of Canadian real estate prices, this is part one of what I said.
Toronto real estate went from booming to excess in just a few short months over the past year. Here’s what it looked like.
Canadian real estate owners won’t lose their homes over proposed uninsured mortgage stress testing, but it could cost them more.
Canadian real estate buyers lose a huge amount of borrowing power under proposed OSFI rules, this is how those numbers look across Canada.
Montreal real estate isn’t a booming market, and they aren’t getting Toronto and Vancouver’s foreign buyers.
Toronto real estate listings look familiar? That’s because over 6% of listings last week, were bought within the past 18 months.
Cash strapped, real estate wealthy Canadian Boomers pushed reverse mortgage numbers over 20% higher over the past year.
Some Canadians might think Toronto and Vancouver real estate is dangerous right now, but not for any of the reasons being advertised here.