Vancouver condos get a bump in prices, sales, and listings. Heck, even historic numbers got a bump due to a re-calculation of sales.
Vancouver real estate buyers could be in for a rough ride, as OSFI approves B-20 guidelines to stress test uninsured mortgage borrowers.
Vancouver real estate prices continued to rise in September, but tapering annual price growth does present some concerns.
Vancouver might be getting more expensive, but less people are filing for bankruptcy according to an analysis of OSB filings.
Vancouver real estate may still be hot in the condo segment, but continued lower price growth means the market might be close to mature.
We mapped Vancouver’s latest Census income numbers, so you can accurately explain to your neighbors why real estate prices don’t make sense.
Vancouver detached real estate got slightly more expensive, but the rapidly decelerating price growth is what’s worth noting.
Metro Vancouver residents are filing for bankruptcies at a much faster rate than last year, but overall the numbers remain fairly low.
Vancouver real estate saw the first inventory decline in months, helping to push condo prices higher – and dragging the price index with it.
Vancouver real estate is seeing new listings plummet, but not as fast as sales. This may contribute to further tapering of price growth.