Ephraim is currently a journalist at Mortgage Broker News, Real Estate Professional and Canadian Real Estate Wealth.
Ephraim is a highly accomplished news reporter whose work has been published across North America and the Asia Pacific region. Before joining Key Media, Ephraim spent eight years working as a journalist with Reuters TV. His areas of expertise include real estate, mortgage and finance.
CMHC report warns of even more price gains in the near future in the country’s high-demand, high-volume housing segment
Agent under fire after supposedly advising his clients on how to successfully go around the province’s new 15 per cent foreign buyer’s tax
Observers warn that the uncertainty introduced by the new tax would make investors wary of funneling more money into Canadian markets
Industry players say new tax will impact not only overseas buyers of B.C. residential real estate, but Canadian citizens as well
Sharp drop accompanied an unprecedented growth in prices in every type of home across Toronto, according to the latest figures
Unsolicited expressions of interest from real estate agents abound in highly desirable neighbourhoods in Vancouver and Toronto
Housing unit vacancy shoots up by 67 per cent year-over-year in April, with observers attributing the market’s decline to weak energy prices and growing unemployment
New developments nearby transit hubs especially appeal to a younger generation more wary of investing in automobiles and expansive properties
Analyst advises owners to take steps to protect themselves from a housing crash that would severely endanger investors with portfolios in the real estate market
Latest data from the B.C. provincial government reveals that Metro Vancouver is a hotspot for overseas capital
Connect Asset Management Challenges the Financial Community to Invest in Downtown Toronto Real Estate for a Good Cause
The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market
Blue Pearl Mortgage Group Inc. is expanding its footprint once again, this time with services in Ontario