Canadian existing home sales rose at their fastest pace in seven months in March, led by transactions in Alberta, as buyers returned to the market following a winter slowdown.
Canada’s housing market ended a four-month skid in February, with Toronto and Vancouver leading gains during the month.
Quebec’s election campaign is helping stem recent gains in Canadian consumer confidence, weekly polling indicates, amid escalating talk of a referendum on secession by the French-speaking province.
Canadian existing home sales fell in December for a third month as the real estate market ended the year on a soft note after surging for much of 2013.
Canadian home sales fell for a fifth month in January on fewer transactions in Toronto and Vancouver, adding to evidence the nation’s housing market is cooling.
Who better to promote Toronto’s slumping condo market than the Material Girl.
Following is the text of the national resale housing activity from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).
Existing home sales in major Canadian markets rose by 4.8 per cent in November from October according to the Canadian Real Estate Association. Following is the text of the report from CREA.
Canada’s consumer sentiment rebounded from a four-week slump after January job gains bolstered optimism and the nation’s currency pared losses.