i am waiting until supply is more abundant and buyers are not as pressured to make offers without full due diligence.
You and 10,000 others are of the same opinion. Save for the sort of crash that brought down the continent back in 2009, pent up demand for lower price tiers will thrust buyers into a frenzy, too.
But you needn't have to worry about the due diligence thing now. It's only the most desirable properties that face this sort of pressure and 9/10 you'll have enough time to do whatever you feel you need to do to ensure you're making the right decision. Honestly, if I were you, and if I had the money to buy, I wouldn't even think about it.
If you don't pay any rent then you're perfectly situated to buy a pre-sale. It'll be a three or four year wait for completion and by that time the market will be ready for an upswing in a year or two after possession (if you feel we're headed for several years of a down swing) or you'd have bought a unit at 2018 prices that in a flat market will still be valued more in 2022 just through inflation and an overall growing demand through a growing population.