The number of homes left vacant or occupied by foreign students or temporary residents in Vancouver increased over a decade, according to a study by the acting director of SFU’s City Program
Canadians are losing confidence in the strength of their personal finances and real estate prices
Housing starts increased in June to 183,959 units in June compared to 179,908 in May.
The value of residential properties is expected to be higher in six months, according to the latest barometer of consumer sentiment.
The number of homes valued at $1 million or more has grown, according to data from the City of Ottawa and Ontario’s Municipal Property Assessment Corp.
More families are shunning the leafy suburbs and opting for downtown living in Toronto.
The total value of building permits plunged in May by 14.5 per cent, according to the latest data from Statistics Canada.
China’s stock markets have been plummeting this week over concern that the world’s second largest economy is struggling and that Beijing’s latest support measures may not do enough to turn that around.
A new proposal would hit homebuyers hard, especially the thousands of first-time buyers already struggling to be able to afford to buy.
Higher inventory is set to flatten home prices in Saskatoon, according to the local realtors’ association.
The commercial real estate market in the Greater Toronto Area was little changed in the second quarter of 2015 from a year earlier.
Following news Monday that Vancouver home sales had hit a new record for June, Toronto also had an exceptional month.