Pandemic or not, Toronto is on track for more home sales this year than last.
The data reflects "the pre-COVID-19 reality, which we are no longer in."
Modern technology means real estate deals can still close during the outbreak.
The ratio of home sales to new listings, a key predictor of future house prices, is at its highest level since 2004.
Toronto condo prices are up sharply, and Vancouver home sales are back to normal after a slump.
B.C.'s housing market is back! (To its old tricks, that is.)
Century 21's realtors sense a fairly foul mood out there.
Sales are below typical levels in many places, and the average price is lower than a year ago.
Sales are down nearly 33 per cent from a year ago.
With Vancouver building 1.2 new homes for every new resident, the market may be headed for a “bumpy landing."