Toronto real estate saw prices decline for a seventh consecutive month, as sales continued to slide and inventory climbs.
Toronto real estate is seeing lower prices, less sales, and more inventory for detached homes across the city.
Toronto real estate is seeing price growth taper quickly, but condos just broke the downtrend. Is this the start of a reversal?
Montreal real estate is seeing more buyers with mortgages, even though the rate of homeownership growth just hit an all-time low.
Vancouver residential mortgages show solid gains, despite rising real estate prices dragging the rate of homeownership lower.
Vancouver real estate prices printed a new all-time high, the seventh time in a row it’s done that this year.
Toronto real estate has been slumping in the detached segment, and that continued in October with lower prices and higher inventory.
Toronto real estate is less than a point away from being in “crash” territory, and market mechanics are still broken.
Vancouver condos get a bump in prices, sales, and listings. Heck, even historic numbers got a bump due to a re-calculation of sales.
Toronto condo prices are still sky high, but declining sales and a roaring pre-sale market are tapering price growth quickly.