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Vancouver's boom is over, but a supply shortage could keep prices up.
Foreign buyers are bailing on B.C.
House prices forecast to fall in time for provincial election.
House prices have fallen 5.6 per cent in two months.
One realtor estimates detached home sales have dropped 75% in recent weeks.
TD Bank sees a possible "soft landing."
The average price of a house in Canada passed the $500,000 mark for the first time in February, according to data from the
The rush ahead of new mortgage rules will continue until the summer, NBF says.
Excluding Ontario and B.C., house prices in Canada are actually falling.
Home sales in Vancouver soared by 40 per cent in November, compared to a year earlier. Prices for single-family homes in
Canada’s hottest housing markets kept up a frenzied pace of activity in October, even as new numbers from RBC showed consumer
If the former chief economist of BMO is right, one of Justin Trudeau’s first challenges as prime minister will be to grapple
Some parts of Canada have seen runaway house price growth so far this year, but Fitch ratings agency says all that is coming
Home sales in Canada were up 10 per cent from a year earlier in April, a jump one economist called “impressive” given that
Most of Canada’s housing markets have cooled off in recent months, but Toronto and Vancouver show no signs of stopping. In
Home sales in Canada fell for the third month in a row in January, signalling the likely end of a hot run for real estate
TD Bank sees house prices coming down in all but Canada’s two hottest markets this year, with falling oil prices taking an
The headlines are clear: Canada’s long-running housing boom shows no signs of ending, with sales rising yet again, by 1.8
Canada’s housing market is seriously back. Or so it would appear this month, anyway. The country’s two most closely-watched
Canada's big banks say the country's correcting housing market is in a "soft landing," and has avoided the collapse many