Soaring real estate prices are inspiring Canadians across the country to jump into homeownership, even if they can’t afford it.
Vancouver condo prices rising despite less sales? It has to do with inventory, that dropped giving the same relative demand as last year.
A summary of the most important Canadian real estate stories: Canada’s reliance on debt, Toronto speculators, and Vancouver renters.
The CBC just reported over 130 people lined up for a shot at renting a single apartment, and things could get worse for Vancouver renters.
Vancouver real estate got a little good news in March. Detached homes stopped their 8 months slide, with a pretty solid uptick in prices.
This week we found out the world’s most expensive cities, Chinese buyers might have hit peak, and Canadians are making less than last year.
The rush to cash in on Vancouver’s premium land values had led to a 45 year high for new construction starts in the city.
Vancouver real estate saw prices climb, despite less sales and more inventory. That’s how supply and demand works, right?
We summarize this week’s smartest insights, including Asia’s speculation problems, Vancouver’s buying pools, and Toronto real estate prices.
Trying to figure out how to use population projections to help understand Vancouver real estate? Well we’ve got you covered.