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CREA cuts its forecast for Ontario after Toronto home sales plummet 25% in May

The Canadian Real Estate Association said Thursday it is revising downward its forecast for housing sales in Ontario following provincial measures to cool the market. 462 more words

Breaking

Record May for London and area home sales

The real estate market in the London area is hot and local realtors have the stats to prove it.

The London and St. Thomas Association of Realtors (LSTAR) says it saw the highest number of monthly sales ever last month. 290 more words

Economy

Saskatoon home prices continue to soften

Home prices continue to soften in Saskatoon.

According to a report from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), home prices are down five per cent in Saskatoon since their peak in 2015. 336 more words

Consumer

Home prices in ‘drum-tight’ Toronto surge by most on record amid rising bubble fears

Toronto’s home prices capped a record quarter of gains in March amid concern the market is in a bubble.

Prices in the nation’s biggest city increased 6.2 per cent last month from February, according to a benchmark price index released Tuesday by the Canadian Real Estate Association. 263 more words

Breaking

Canadian home sales hit record high in March, with gains in over half of local markets

The Canadian Real Estate Association says home sales last month hit a record high.

The association says home sales over its Multiple Listings Service system increased by 1.1 per cent in March to top the previous monthly record set in April 2016. 113 more words

Canada

FinTRAC cuts controversial ‘ethnic’ warning from real estate document

While I can understand the rationale for its removal (country of origin would be a better way to highlight the concern), we have to find a way that we can talk about particular practices or concerns related to country of origin and related risks in an evidence-based manner. 720 more words

Multiculturalism

Mortgage gap created by the posted rate leaves homebuyers with a decision to make

Call it the gap between what you have to pay and what you can afford to pay — it’s going to be considerable when you qualify for your next mortgage. 1,184 more words

Mortgages & Real Estate