Is Richmond turning into a ghost city? Some locals claim rapid speculation over Vancouver real estate has turned the suburb into one.
Good-bye 2016, hello 2017. To kick the new year off, here’s how Canadian real estate did across the country.
Vancouver real estate threw some more mixed indicators last month, as the condo market saw stagnated prices, but higher absorption.
Toronto condos sold for higher prices, and even faster than last year – despite concerns that the market may be driven by speculation.
BC government unveils a program to help high leverage borrowers finance up to half of their downpayment, interest free for 5 years.
Latest numbers from the Toronto Real Estate Board show continued strong demand for single family homes in the GTA.
Turns out if you’re a foreign buyer looking for Vancouver real estate, you might end up paying a premium…before the foreign buyer tax.
Vancouver real estate got some more bad news from the REBGV. The benchmark average for a single family home fell up to $193k in just 30 days.
CMHC survey shows significantly less foreign buyers are purchasing Canadian real estate, but there may be a few issues with their data.
Vancouver real estate felt further pressure in November, with the composite average of homes falling $11,000 from October.