Metro Vancouver


Metro Vancouver home sales fall 22.8 per cent

For the second month in a row, home sales in Metro Vancouver have slowed considerably, returning to more typical levels for the month.
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Developers dampen risk by reaching sales targets

According to the recent Toronto Housing Market Insight Report from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), most condominium developers in the city begin construction only when


May 3 most profitable day to list home in GTA

According to data analysis by, an online real estate brokerage, homes that are listed for sale on Tuesday, May 3, 2106 are expected to


GTA condo sales up 21.2 per cent: TREB

There were 5,974 condominium apartment sales reported through the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB)’s MLS System during the first quarter of 2016, which is a


GTA new condo sales at highest level since 2011

In 2015, a total of 20,753 new condominium units were sold across the Greater Toronto Area, according to a report by Urbanation Inc., topping 2014
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New product drove Q2 condo sales in the GTA

A total of 6,297 new condominium units were sold in the Greater Toronto Area during the second quarter of this year, according to Urbanation.


TREB reports record-breaking April sales

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) reported a total of 11,303 sales in April 2015, the highest number ever recorded for the month and a 17 per cent increase over April 2014. New listings also increased over the previous year, jumping up five per cent.

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Chartwell announces plans to sell its U.S. division

Chartwell Retirement Residences (Chartwell), a company specializing in independent living, assisted living and long-term care residences, has announced plans to sell its U.S. business to joint venture partners HCP, Inc. and Brookdale Senior Living Inc. Subject to customary closing conditions, the U.S. division will be sold for $849-million U.S. in the third quarter of 2015.


Weak January sales cause inventory spike: CREB

Across all housing types, January sales were 35 per cent lower than the 10 year average in Calgary, Alta., due to weakened economic conditions and a resulting lack of consumer confidence. At the same time, new listings rose 39 per cent, year-over-year, greatly impacting inventory levels.