Vancouver real estate prices continued to rise in September, but tapering annual price growth does present some concerns.
Toronto real estate saw higher prices, but more inventory and less sales could spell trouble for the market in the upcoming months.
Canada saw real estate prices in urban centers fall for the third month in a row. This is the first time that’s happened in over 4 years.
Toronto real estate listings look familiar? That’s because over 6% of listings last week, were bought within the past 18 months.
Vancouver real estate saw the first inventory decline in months, helping to push condo prices higher – and dragging the price index with it.
Toronto real estate just wiped out a year of price gains in just four months, here’s what you should know about the pricing volatility.
Canadian real estate prices take the largest nose dive in years according to numbers released by the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Vancouver real estate is seeing inventory rapidly build, as sales drop. Don’t worry, prices still moved higher.
Toronto Real Estate Board numbers show neighborhoods in Toronto saw typical home prices drop up to $2,100 per day.
Toronto real estate makes a sharp turn. Prices growth is slowing, sales are dropping, and inventory is hitting highs.