This week we talk about the Future of Canadian real estate prices, OSFI’s B-20 regulations, and condo markets in Toronto and Vancouver.
No, Canadian real estate prices won’t wait for incomes, and inventory levels are rising in Vancouver and Toronto.
Toronto real estate’s ups and downs over the past year in an time-lapse video, and condo pre-sale madness is coming.
Time for your weekly update on the most important real estate stories. Canada Canadian Real Estate Prices Fall For A Third Month In A Row Canadian real estate prices drop for a third month in row. The benchmark price of a home fell to $602,400 in August, down 0.77% from the month before. The last […]
Toronto real estate has a flipping problem, Canadians pick up the pace of acquiring consumer debt, and Montreal real estate isn’t very hot.
Toronto real estate isn’t doing so hot, and Toronto and Vancouver see huge growth in six-figure households, but stagnant median incomes.
Toronto real estate prices are falling, and bankruptcies are on the rise in Canada’s most expensive cities.
More Canadians are borrowing against their home equity, and Toronto real estate tops the new inventory numbers from CREA.
Canadian real estate sales are falling faster than the industry is anticipating, and condo sales hit an all-time high across the country.
Canadian real estate prices see the largest single-month decline since 2008, and Vancouver’s detached home prices inch to an all-time high.