As Canada approaches the harsh winter months, it looks like the nation’s housing starts remained steady through November 2019, according to the latest data from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
A group of British Columbia real estate organizations recently made recommendations to the leading federal parties to help address housing issues in the province, and there are a couple ideas that seem like they might work in the GTA too.
With the federal election right around the corner, REALTOR® associations across Canada came together to make recommendations for all levels of government in an effort to make home ownership more attainable for Canadians.
Have you put off moving? What was the reason? A new report suggests housing supply is tied to a decreasing mobility rate in some of Canada’s largest metro areas, including Montreal, Ottawa-Gatineau, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, and Toronto.
Though it seemed like the housing market was heating up last spring, on a national level, activity was a bit less exciting, according to the latest monthly report from the Candian Real Estate Association.
Vancouver’s shift to a buyer’s market continued in both the condo and single-family markets. Buyers and sellers have stepped to the sidelines; buyers want to see if prices will keep dropping and sellers are hoping prices stabilize or go back up.