The Canadian Home Builders’ Association has launched the first ever edition of its industry sentiments indicator focusing on the residential construction industry…
Home prices are down for the third consecutive month since reaching a peaking in March, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Economists from BMO have added their voices to those calling on policy-makers to take action to prevent a potential housing bubble due to prices going “parabolic.”
Despite the headwinds of a global pandemic, Canadians’ interest in real estate and the resulting rise in prices took even the most seasoned experts by surprise…
On the heels of new data showing that home prices tumbled in April across many of Canada’s largest cities, CMHC is forecasting it will take at least until 2022 for a return to pre-recession levels.
Montreal has dethroned Ottawa as Canada’s most in-demand housing market, according to the Scotiabank Housing Market Watch for August 2019.
There was an increase in Canadian home sales in August with a 1.4% improvement compared to July.
Compared to last week, a smaller share of Canadians believe that real estate prices will be higher in 6 months.
Mortgage stress testing did more than just make it tougher for many Canadians to purchase a home — it also eroded their confidence in the housing market.
But Canadians seem to be regaining their confidence, more than a year and a half after policymakers introduced stress testing for uninsured mortgages.
New analysis from a leading economist puts the recent Canadian housing downturn in perspective by comparing it to previous booms and busts of the last 30 years.