Spoiler alert: pretty tight quarters if you’re in Vancouver and Toronto.
After an 11-month slump, Toronto’s housing market is showing its first real signs of recovery
Bank for International Settlements warns that high household debt could be a threat to Canada's banking system
Condo prices in Toronto rose by 22% this year despite new housing rules
“We have reached a point where there aren’t too many parking lots left to build on.”
It’s a warning sign that we have a big, fat, consumer debt problem
Things are looking eerily similar to the 2007 U.S. market
People will sleep on the streets for the chance to buy a shoe-box flat.
After the sun sets and parents tuck their kids into bed, the neighborhood houses wake up and come out to play.