Websites that offer data on previous sales prices of homes have been cut off from data or threatened with fines.
Single-family homes are only for the truly rich, but condos now require above-average income.
A decade-long housing slump finally pays off, sort of.
Only one in 10 respondents want to see 30-year mortgages.
If you can, avoid British Columbia and Ontario altogether.
Two-thirds of renters say they might not be able to afford their home if affordability gets worse.
But there's a big generational divide.
With just 43 sales for every 100 homes listed, Vancouver is the country's second-weakest housing market.
In Toronto, you would have been better off with a savings account.
It's not personal — it's just data, companies say.