The biggest travel season in history is going down for Chinese New Year, and apparently many of the travelers plan on hunting for property.
The bad news keeps piling up for Vancouver real estate, as the city saw condos decline on almost every measure in December 2016.
Alberta reached a 22 year unemployment high, posting the largest single-year loss of jobs for the province since the Great Recession.
The latest report from the Toronto Real Estate Board saw lower prices in December, but more sales and less inventory.
Calgary real estate joined Toronto and Vancouver’s markets when it came to declining detached home prices in December 2016.
Juwai, China’s largest international property portal, has partnered with China’s Tencent to ramp up sales of US and Canadian real estate.
Vancouver real estate got some more bad news from the REBGV. December stats show single-family homes dropped in prices, sales, and listings.
Canadian employment just took a weird turn, as over 206,000 students are actively looking for “sugar daddies” to help with the bills.
Holiday joy skipped Toronto real estate in December. According to the latest numbers from TREB, single-family detached homes dropped 4%.
The best market in a decade didn’t exactly help Calgary real estate. Instead it saw lower prices, less sales, and more inventory.