Toronto condos logged another solid month of gains, with inventory disappearing more than 60% faster than October 2015.
Vancouver real estate gets another hit. Demand for detached homes dropped over 50% last month when compared to the same time last year.
Demand for Vancouver real estate dropped to February 2015 levels, which weren’t exactly ice cold but is a big change from recent months.
Toronto real estate was scorching in August, with the condo market being no exception. The average price is now $417,869
While not as hot as Vancouver, Toronto’s real estate market is still scorching – with more demand and less available inventory.
Vancouver real estate prices creeped up, but a significant drop in demand questions its ability to continue its rise.
Toronto real estate board claims “troubling trend” as Toronto real estate prices continued to soar in July 2016.
Betting on a Vancouver real estate crash? Not this month, as single house detached values soared to ridiculous heights.
An interactive map of racial diversity in Vancouver’s neighborhoods, and how it relates to Vancouver real estate prices.
An interactive map of racial diversity in Toronto’s neighborhoods, and how it relates to Toronto real estate prices.