China’s largest international real estate buyer has a problem, and the Canadian government thinks household debt will accelerate.
Vancouver real estate is back. Downsizing Boomers are competing with first-time buyers, sending condo prices to a new record high.
Residential land accounted for almost a third of all commercial land sales in Vancouver, down from 50% the same time last year.
The über rich are flocking to Sydney for second homes, 7% of Toronto homes sold were owned less than a year, and BoC finds mortgage problems.
We take a look at how long it takes for Vancouver real estate prices to experience negative growth, and generally how long it lasts.
British Columbia’s cool start to the year is adding up to over $10 billion less in sales this year compared to last.
Vancouver real estate is seeing higher prices, especially detached homes where they’re now trading at June 2016’s scorching levels.
China’s international real estate binge is dead, 3.1 million US mortgages are still underwater, and Toronto has a ton of ballin’ families.
Social media is outraged at the possibility of Canadian developers offering big overseas incentives in attempt to win back foreign buyers.
Numbers from Statistics Canada claim it was more expensive to buy Vancouver real estate in 2008 than it is today. Here’s why that’s wrong.