Vancouver real estate is back. Downsizing Boomers are competing with first-time buyers, sending condo prices to a new record high.
Toronto real estate may be cooling, but condos are seeing the fastest rising prices in the country – with the exception of a Toronto suburb.
Toronto real estate is seeing a ton of new inventory, and detached homes are no exception. The market still saw higher prices.
Vancouver real estate is seeing higher prices, especially detached homes where they’re now trading at June 2016’s scorching levels.
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.
Vancouver real estate’s rapid price increases are leaving buyers stretched a little thin according to the Bank of Canada’s calculations.
Vancouver condo sales decline, but a quick drop in inventory sent prices higher for a third month in a row.
Toronto’s condo market saw less new listings, more sales, and higher prices in April. Although there’s something worth noting in the charts.
Vancouver real estate is starting to warm up again, and this time detached suburban homes are leading the way.