Things are getting a little too hot for comfort this winter.
Toronto condo prices are up sharply, and Vancouver home sales are back to normal after a slump.
It may not be affordable, but at least it's moving in the right direction.
The city just clocked its slowest March for home sales since 1986.
The typical Vancouver detached home lost $150,000 in value over the past year.
And now the market is headed for an oversupply of new homes.
In some areas, detached home prices may have fallen as much as 30 per cent.
Believe it or not, it's a buyer's market out there.
But you probably still can’t afford one.
Reporting on condo-flipping in Canada can land you a lawsuit threat from the real estate business.