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Foreign buyers are bailing on B.C.
Sales plummeted after the tax, but they plummeted more before the tax.
But average price isn't the only metric.
House prices forecast to fall in time for provincial election.
Remember that time a house sold for millions over asking in a few hours? Yeah.
Crash could come in autumn, when U.S. expected to raise rates Vancouver expected to be epicentre Similar bets against Canada
"The supply of homes for sale today in the region is not meeting the demand we're seeing from home buyers."
Unaffordable homes will lead to unsustainable debt loads, predicts Vancity.
It happens too often. My wife and I make friends in our community -- many of them, like us, raising small children -- and then we find out they are moving, leaving Vancouver, because they can no longer afford the high cost of living here.
The future of Metro Vancouver's real estate lies with baby boomers who hold an astonishing $163.4 billion in mortgage-free
The fact that the Home Price Index has obscured the extreme and unusual volatility in average detached home prices may itself be a problem. Few home buyers or sellers are likely aware that it is even occurring. It certainly hasn't been widely reported. Since early 2011, average house prices have changed direction by a factor of 10 per cent or more five times. Such volatility had never happened before, and the swings are getting wilder.
B.C.'s real estate market is set to see slower sales growth this year compared to 2013. So says the first quarter housing
Vancouver real estate rebounded in 2013, though the market has yet to reach the heights it achieved two years ago. Sales
Vancouver's real estate market faces a rough ride in the coming years, says a new report from Royal LePage. The report foresees
Vancouver real estate led the country in what proved to be a bounce-back year for housing sales, says a new report from Re
Despite fears of a housing crash in the city, Vancouver's real estate market continues to thrive—but at the expense of affordability
B.C.'s residential home sales are predicted to grow 6.3 per cent next year as the housing market moves into balanced territory
The sun shone as brightly on Greater Vancouver's housing market as it did on the beaches in July as residential property
Vancouver's real estate market proved the exception to Canada's rule in the second quarter of 2013, as housing prices continued
Vancouver remains the worst place in Canada to afford a house despite slumping prices, says a report from the Royal Bank