Canadian real estate sales are stabilizing after last year’s massive drop. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show a large climb for sales volume in April. The increase comes after months of negative growth, but may be more of a sign of stabilization. Last year’s decline in sales was the largest in over a decade, […]
There were a lot less Canadian real estate buyers than normal last month. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show a drop in sales for February. The decline makes it one of the slowest Februaries for real estate sales in over a decade. Canadian Real Estate Sales Print Worst February In Over 12 Years Canadian […]
Canadian real estate sales are off to a weak start in 2019. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show January was a slow one for sales. In fact, it’s the slowest January since 2015, when Canada was on the brink of recession. The decline also makes this the longest negative streak since the Great Recession. […]
Canadian real estate prices are starting to take a breather, after an epic run. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show prices across the country were down a few points in December. The vast majority of markets are now off all-time highs, with only two printing records in December. Canadian Real Estate Prices Are Down […]
Last year’s booming real estate markets are this years fastest cooling ones. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show a major shift in SNLR in September. The indicator, used to determine a buyer’s or seller’s market, actually fell in all but two major markets. Sales To New Listings Ratio (SNLR) The sales to new listings […]
Canada’s real estate hubs of Toronto and Vancouver are slowing down. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show the price of a typical home in small cities climbed the most over the past year. In fact, the economic suburbs of Toronto and Vancouver have outperformed the cities over the past 5 years. Vancouver Real Estate […]
Canadian real estate sales made a larger than exepcted decline in September, as the market got hit with the worst September since 2012.
Montreal and Ottawa real estate markets are heating up, while Toronto and Vancouver’s real estate markets continue to cool.
Higher interest rates and policy measures are killing real estate sales across Canada, but BC is seeing the biggest drops.
Real estate prices across Canada have grinded to halt. The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) aggregate of major markets show annual price growth has fallen close to flat in June. Nearly half of Canada’s major markets are now printing declines from last year. Canadian Real Estate Benchmark Price The price of a typical home across […]