While Toronto real estate is making up it’s mind, we take a peak at how prices changed in an affluent suburb to see if we can gain insights.
We take a look at how long it takes for Vancouver real estate prices to experience negative growth, and generally how long it lasts.
Toronto real estate sellers set a record for new listings, while sales slipped and prices got a little softer.
Increased competition between first-time buyers and people downsizing has sent Vancouver real estate prices to another all time high.
The month’s not over yet, but we thought we’d give you a preview of how Vancouver real estate is doing so far in the month of May.
Vancouver real estate quietly set a new record in April, although real estate boards aren’t exactly shouting it from the rooftop this time.
Toronto real estate saw new listings soar by 33%, and sales decline. Despite this, buyers still sent prices higher.
Vancouver real estate saw prices climb, despite less sales and more inventory. That’s how supply and demand works, right?
Toronto real estate prices all neighborhoods rise a minimum of 11% from last year in March. Average sale prices have gone parabolic.
Vancouver real estate saw mixed indicators in February. Sale prices rose, sales declined, and inventory continued to build.