Vancouver real estate’s rapid price increases are leaving buyers stretched a little thin according to the Bank of Canada’s calculations.
The average Canadian home price rose $100,000 from April 2016, a 19% increase according to the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Vancouver condo sales decline, but a quick drop in inventory sent prices higher for a third month in a row.
Canada tops the list of foreign buyers searching for US real estate. Turns out we’re more likely to keep homes empty than Chinese buyers.
Toronto’s condo market saw less new listings, more sales, and higher prices in April. Although there’s something worth noting in the charts.
Toronto real estate might be turning a corner, Mainland Chinese buyers aren’t exchanging yuan, and Vancouver is seeing higher prices again.
Vancouver real estate is starting to warm up again, and this time detached suburban homes are leading the way.
Toronto real estate is starting to see detached inventory soar, here’s why this is a problem your agent probably isn’t telling you about.
Here’s an interactive map of where millennials are moving in Toronto. Although with a deteriorating millennial economy, we’re not sure why.
Toronto homeowners are listing detached homes for sale at a rapid pace, with new listings soaring over 51% last month.