Vancouver real estate got a little good news in March. Detached homes stopped their 8 months slide, with a pretty solid uptick in prices.
Here’s a look at interest rates, and how a 5% hike would impact Canadian real estate prices. Even though the BoC “thinks” they aren’t related.
Toronto real estate saw a sharp increase of new detached homes listed in March, setting a new single month record.
This week we found out the world’s most expensive cities, Chinese buyers might have hit peak, and Canadians are making less than last year.
The rush to cash in on Vancouver’s premium land values had led to a 45 year high for new construction starts in the city.
Still waiting for foreign buyers? Because the founders of Juwai, China’s largest international property portal have just cashed out, so…
Weekly wages increased slower than the rate of inflation, leaving many Canadians with less buying power than last year.
Canadian real estate set another record, building starts. Can population growth keep up with the multi-year high for new construction?
Vancouver real estate saw prices climb, despite less sales and more inventory. That’s how supply and demand works, right?
The Economist has released their list of the world’s most expensive cities, and no Canadian city makes the list. Finally, some good news.