Census 2016 shows Metro Vancouver had a massive number of under utilized homes, so we thought we’d visualize it…for science.
New data from Statistics Canada show that 99,236 homes in the Toronto CMA are irregularly occupied. So we thought we’d map them!
January 2017 was a terrible month for Vancouver real estate. Sales are declining, inventory is building, and prices are dropping.
The average price of Toronto real estate increased by $40k in the first month of the year, a whopping 5% increase from the month prior.
Toronto rental rates surged up to 25% in the last quarter of 2016, according to the latest release from the Toronto Real Estate Board.
Calgary real estate gets some more bad news, as the benchmark price, sales, and inventory all slip in the city.
The bad news keeps piling up for Vancouver real estate, as the city saw condos decline on almost every measure in December 2016.
The latest report from the Toronto Real Estate Board saw lower prices in December, but more sales and less inventory.
Calgary real estate joined Toronto and Vancouver’s markets when it came to declining detached home prices in December 2016.
Vancouver real estate got some more bad news from the REBGV. December stats show single-family homes dropped in prices, sales, and listings.