Vancouver real estate threw some more mixed indicators last month, as the condo market saw stagnated prices, but higher absorption.
Toronto condos sold for higher prices, and even faster than last year – despite concerns that the market may be driven by speculation.
Almost 1 in 3 listings for Toronto real estate were identified by the agents as never occupied, indicating the city has a lot of speculation.
Vancouver condo developer gets caught offering people $1800 to create a fake line-up for pre-construction condo sales.
The Vancouver real estate market got more mixed signals, as condos staged a minor recovery. Far from last year, but still solid.
Toronto condos logged another solid month of gains, with inventory disappearing more than 60% faster than October 2015.
The penthouse at 277 Thurlow Street just listed for $58.8 million. If it sells near there, it’ll set a new record for Vancouver real estate.
The Toronto condo market may be getting closer to maturity as the 905 begins to move faster than the city proper.
Vancouver real estate takes another hit, with condos dropping 0.5% since August. Still not a deal, but it’s getting interesting.
Concerns over the Vancouver real estate market had a minimal impact on condo buyers. Despite plummeting demand and building inventory, condos were barely touched according to the latest release from Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV). Buyers continued to display above average demand, although they were slightly more modest than the month before. Prices […]