Canadian real estate prices are moving at a record-shattering speed these days. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) data shows home prices hit a new record in January. Though they didn’t just hit a record for price, but the growth rate as well. Despite warnings of higher rates and a regulator calling the market a bubble […]
Canadian real estate buyers haven’t been slowed down, and cheap cash may be fueling a new rally – at least for now. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) data shows the seasonally adjusted price of typical (benchmark) home, made big increases in June. The growth over the past 12 months has actually been so large, it […]
Vancouver real estate is finally returning to reality. Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) numbers show prices are still up from last year, but have stalled month-over-month. The stalled prices were accompanied by much lower sales, and multi-year highs for inventory. Greater Vancouver Home Prices Are Basically Flat From Last Month The price of […]
Toronto real estate showed signs of life for the first time in a year, although there are a whole lot of footnotes. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) reported Greater Toronto price declines improved in May, compared to last month. Although they’re still down from the year before. Sales definitely did spike though! … but only […]
Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver show prices across the region moved higher in May, despite falling sales and soaring inventory.
Toronto real estate prices are stalling, as higher listing inventory and falling sales takes its toll on the market.
Hot spring market? Nope. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show April was colder than usual, as demand continues to drop. Generally speaking, the market is seeing price moderation, lower sales, and rising inventory levels. Greater Toronto Real Estate Prices Dropped Over 5% The benchmark composite, the price of a typical home in Toronto, is […]
Greater Toronto real estate saw more inventory, and less sales – sending prices to negative levels compared to a year ago. We haven’t seen that happen since 2009.
Toronto real estate set a quiet new record, with the first annual decline in median sale prices since the Great Recession.
Toronto real estate prices are still up, but higher inventory and less sales are putting a huge amount of downward pressure on price growth.