Canadian real estate prices are still fast-growing, but showing signs of cooling. The Teranet–National Bank of Canada House Price Index (TNHPI) hit a new record high in July. Annual growth for the index shows acceleration for every month for a whole year now. Signs of cooling exist though, including falling home sales and over half […]
Canadian real estate buyers may get a little psychological shock later this week. The Bank of Canada (BoC) will update the public on monetary policy next Wednesday. Three Big Six banks said they expect the central bank to discuss higher rates. Two of those, expect a discussion on rate hikes happening earlier than stated. All […]
Canadian real estate prices rise in May, but print the longest deceleration trend since before the Great Recession according to Teranet.
Canadian real estate prices continue to see cooling growth, but still saw growth. The Teranet – National Bank House Price Index (Teranet HPI) shows prices climbed across the country in April. The monthly rise sounds great, but there were a few warning flags. The increase was one of the smallest for an April, and most […]
Teranet’s HPI shows Vancouver real estate printed an all-time high in February, but a deep dive into the data actually shows a huge monthly decline that’s being averaged out. Here’s what you need to know.
Toronto real estate prices continued its rollercoaster pattern. The Teranet–National Bank of Canada (NBC) HPI shows prices declining in February. The decline comes just one month after breaking a down pattern in January. Even though the city’s price growth is still very high, it’s at the lowest level in over 3 years. About The Teranet-National […]
Bank of Canada is now warning that Canadian real estate mortgages might be a huge risk, here’s what they said.
Canadian real estate is getting pricey, but how does it compare to historical levels of affordability? Here’s the numbers.
Canadian real estate prices continue to fall, led by a decline in Toronto, reports land registry giant Teranet.
It now takes up to 30 years to save a downpayment for Canadian real estate, and National Bank of Canada is sounding the alarm.