Tags » Canadian Real Estate Association

No matter what statistics show, Canada's housing boom is about to end, experts say

It might be hard to convince some Canadians the end of the housing boom is near based on new statistics from the Canadian Real Estate Association which show prices still rising. 738 more words

Mortgages & Real Estate

Even Canadian real estate companies don't see much growth in home prices left

One of the largest real estate companies in Canada is conceding house prices don’t have much room to go up, but Royal LePage still maintains they won’t fall. 231 more words

Breaking

While Toronto’s housing boom rolls on, some of the housing itself is falling apart

TORONTO — Toronto has more than 100,000 units under construction as developers and investors seek to cash in on condo prices that are up 25.7% in the city over the past five years. 1,121 more words

Mortgages & Real Estate

National Home Sales Activity Drops In September

According to the latest from the Canadian Real Estate Association, national home sales activity dropped by 1.4 per cent from August to September 2014, however activity was up by 10.6 per cent compared to September of last year. 221 more words

Before You Sell

Home price growth will continue, listings decrease

As reported in The Globe and Mail, policy makers in Ottawa have been taking some comfort from signs Canadian home prices have been moderating lately. 428 more words

Durham Region

Home prices up, blame it on Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary

Three of the country’s most expensive housing markets continue to drive the national average price for a home, according to a new report.

You’re likely stuck in your current home because of new tougher mortgage regulations and ever-rising prices in the Canadian real estate market. 389 more words

Breaking

Home prices up, blame it on Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary

Three of the country’s most expensive housing markets continue to drive the national average price for a home, according to a new report.

You’re likely stuck in your current home because of new tougher mortgage regulations and ever-rising prices in the Canadian real estate market. 389 more words

Breaking