In 2019, there were more than 1,000 deals worth $2 billion, which was more than double the number of deals in 2018.
That’s the biggest number in 10 years.
Most deals were in the Greater Toronto Area, with a record $2.3 billion.
The biggest deals in Toronto and Vancouver were in Toronto, with $1.9 billion each.
The largest number of real estate transactions in Canada came from Calgary, with more than $1 billion in deals.
Canada’s real estate market has been in freefall since 2014, when a housing crisis forced many people to relocate.
At the time, the country was in the midst of a housing bubble, with home prices soaring and millions of people left out of the housing boom.
As housing prices plummeted, more and more people were forced to leave the country, leaving many in the country without housing, said Michael Goguen, president of the Real Estate Board of Greater Toronto.
“The Canadian housing market is in a terrible situation right now, so the question is how can we get the government to do something,” Gogusen said.
“I think we need to put in place measures to make sure the country’s real housing market doesn’t collapse any more.”
Real estate markets across Canada, from Calgary to Toronto, are expected to improve over the next few years.
Real estate agent Mike Hoey of the real estate brokerage firm Jones Lang LaSalle said Canada’s housing market needs a bit of a boost.
“We’re seeing a lot of people getting into homes, and the number is really rising.
The Canadian Real Estate Association said it expects a significant boost to the housing market in 2019, when the housing bubble is over. “
When you have the housing crisis, the number goes up and up,” he said.
The Canadian Real Estate Association said it expects a significant boost to the housing market in 2019, when the housing bubble is over.
“As prices begin to recover and the housing recovery continues, many Canadian consumers are starting to move into their own homes, making real estate available to them,” said CERA President David Pimentel.