Canadian real estate


Toronto home prices climb above $800,000 for the first time since May 2017

After an 11-month slump, Toronto’s housing market is showing its first real signs of recovery


Foreign buyers are fueling housing price increases in Quebec

Chinese, French and Americans make up the biggest share of non-resident buyers


B.C.'s foreign buyers tax hike simply a “political move” say experts

“The NDP picked up a hot potato from the Liberals and were under immense pressure to get real estate in order.”


2018 might just be the year to buy a home

Canada’s new mortgage rules guaranteed to “further slow down the market”


Foreign buyers are not the biggest reason why home prices are increasing

New data shows that foreign ownership is below 5% in Toronto and Vancouver


2017 was the year of the condo in Canada's biggest cities

Condo prices in Toronto rose by 22% this year despite new housing rules


50,000 fewer Canadians will be able to own a home next year

Report says Ottawa’s new mortgage rules will disqualify 18% of buyers


Toronto’s housing market might be cooling, but rents are still soaring

It now costs $1,976 a month to rent a one-bedroom apartment


It will be much harder to qualify for a mortgage come January 2018

But experts say the government’s latest round of mortgage rules are “unnecessary”


In Toronto, condominiums have managed to dodge the real estate slowdown

“We have reached a point where there aren’t too many parking lots left to build on.”


Canada second most popular destination for rich Chinese

Toronto, Vancouver property markets remain attractive options to Chinese investors


Toronto housing affordability at its lowest ever

An average household now spends 72% of its income on homeownership