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It’s really hard to keep up with the Joneses when the Lululemon founder is your neighbour.
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Would-be buyers are being forced to leave the cities they love.
The benchmark home price fell ... to $919,300.
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Vancouver gained. But the gains were lower.
But you'll hear a different theory if you ask someone else.
But who started the fire?
TD Bank sees a possible "soft landing."
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Remember that time a house sold for millions over asking in a few hours? Yeah.
Canada’s riskiest housing markets are not in the booming metropolises of Vancouver and Toronto, but smaller Prairie cities Winnipeg and Regina, according to the latest assessment by the federal housin...
VANCOUVER -- Home sales in the Vancouver area were up 11.9 per cent in June compared with a year ago, according to the latest MLS figures. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says there were 2,...
Greater Vancouver posted the country's worst new home listings in November, the Canadian Real Estate Association said in a Monday news release. The association reported that the metropolitan area had...
Vancouver is fast becoming the deadbeat of Canada's housing market as numbers released by Statistics Canada show that the West Coast city lags much of the country when it comes to housing prices. Stat...
TORONTO -- Home sales across the country declined marginally last month, continuing a recent trend toward a gradual cooling in what had been a red hot market, according a study issued Wednesday by the...
Price declines in Vancouver dragged the national average home price lower in July, even as most markets saw slight increases compared to the same month a year ago. The Canadian Real Estate Associatio...
VANCOUVER -- Home sales in Vancouver for July hit their lowest total since 2000. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver reported 2,098 properties sold for the for the month. The total was down 18....
The number of Canadian homes sold last month dropped more than four per cent from the level in June 2011, the first year-over-year decline in sales volume since April 2011, the Canadian Real Estate As...
Overseas investors are snapping up properties in Canada's largest cities, driving up prices and pushing ordinary Canadians out of the housing market, observers say. Real estate experts call it the "n...
Higher sales in a number of major markets, most notably Toronto, helped push the average price of a Canadian home up 6.5 per cent in September compared with a year earlier. The Canadian Real Estate A...