In Toronto, even low-rise homes are losing their affordability.
Ottawa’s real estate agents sold 995 homes in November, up 0.9 per cent from October’s total (986) and beating the 5-year average for the month (939)
Canadian households have increased their average debt by 3.6 per cent this quarter compared to a year ago. Equifax Canada says that average debt is now $22,081
Sales of homes in the Fraser Valley returned to more typical levels in November
Toronto’s Bay Street has maintained its position as the most expensive for office leasing in Canada for a sixth consecutive year
The Bank of Canada makes its last rate announcement of 2016.
Home prices in some British Columbia markets may be easing but property taxes are rising and for some homeowners it will be a sharp hike
Food inflation will add $420 to the annual expenses of typical Canadian households, researchers at Dalhousie University in Halifax estimate
Home sales in the Winnipeg region are set to be the best ever in 2016 as gains in November continued a strong trend
Home prices for most property types in Edmonton continued higher in November even as inventory increased
Commercial leasing in the Greater Toronto Area was down 33.6 per cent in November compared to a year earlier, the Toronto Real Estate Board said