This Week’s Top Stories: Canadians Sour On Immigration & Ownership Falls For Young Adults

Time for your cheat sheet on this week’s top stories. Canadian Real Estate Canadian Unemployment Rises, Immigrants Sold On Non-Existent Opportunities The latest data for Canadian employment was better than expected—but analysts weren’t expecting good news. The economy added 22k jobs in November, which would be good news had the economy not added even more […]

This Week’s Top Stories: Canadian Real Estate At Crisis Levels & Returning To An Inheritance Culture

Time for your cheat sheet on this week’s top stories. Canadian Real Estate Canadian Housing Resembles A Return To Victorian-Era Inheritance Culture: Stat Can Canada is quickly reverting back to a Victorian-era style inheritance culture. That was the suggestion from the country’s national statistics agency, when exploring the role of parental wealth on the homeownership […]

This Week’s Stop Stories: Canada Hides Its Vacant Home Count As Its International Student Boom Ends

Time for your cheat sheet on this week’s top stories. Canadian Real Estate Canadian Unemployment Weakness Might Be Overstated Canada’s labor market is weakening, but the weakness may be greatly overstated. Experts argue that post-recession, seasonal consumption patterns change in a way that is hard to measure until after the fact. As a result, even […]

This Week’s Top Stories: Canadian Real Estate Inventory Is Rising & A $1.35 Billion Loan Default

Time for your cheat sheet on this week’s top stories. Canadian Real Estate Most of Canada’s New Condos Are (Still) Investor Owned: Stat Can  Statistics Canada’s Canadian Housing Statistics Program (CHSP) released data showing most new condos are investor owned. The organization stated the data is increasingly important amidst public discussion about affordability. Ownership concentration […]

This Week’s Top Stories: Canadian Real Estate Heads Into Bear Season & Economists Warn On Job Gains

Time for your cheat sheet on this week’s top stories. Canadian Real Estate Canadian Economists Are Skeptical of Job Strength, Discouraged Workers Jump 44% Canada’s job market continues to grow but economists warn context is important. The country added 64k jobs in September, which would have been a blowup job report pre-2020. A recent population […]