Canadian real estate prices are showed a second month of price deceleration according to Teranet and National Bank of Canada.
This week we talk about the Future of Canadian real estate prices, OSFI’s B-20 regulations, and condo markets in Toronto and Vancouver.
Vancouver condos get a bump in prices, sales, and listings. Heck, even historic numbers got a bump due to a re-calculation of sales.
Vancouver real estate buyers could be in for a rough ride, as OSFI approves B-20 guidelines to stress test uninsured mortgage borrowers.
Canadian real estate buyers just lost 25% of their buying power. Here’s the most important changes to OSFI’s update to uninsured mortgages.
No, Canadian real estate prices won’t wait for incomes, and inventory levels are rising in Vancouver and Toronto.
Vancouver real estate prices continued to rise in September, but tapering annual price growth does present some concerns.
Toronto real estate’s ups and downs over the past year in an time-lapse video, and condo pre-sale madness is coming.
Vancouver might be getting more expensive, but less people are filing for bankruptcy according to an analysis of OSB filings.
Canadian real estate buyers lose a huge amount of borrowing power under proposed OSFI rules, this is how those numbers look across Canada.