One of Nova Scotia’s best-kept secrets, Antigonish County is a smaller, affordable market with great potential and a low property tax rate to match
A common question we constantly get asked is, what’s the difference between a real estate agent and a mortgage broker and what do they do? For new investors or first time property buyers who are new to the game, this is a very valid question to ask
Quebec City, buoyed by economics and steadied by government, is a provincial capital that's discovering the upside of the condo market.
Summerside may be Prince Edward Island's second largest city, but its unique blend of agriculture and technology and its investment opportunities are leading the way
Fredericton's unique characteristics - including its proximity to the U.S. border and its abundance of science and tech - offer unmatched advantages and investment opportunities
No longer bridesmaid to neighbouring Halifax, this Nova Scotia community is developing into an investment target.
Newfoundland's brightest real estate story from outside the city of St. John's, investors are coming in waves to reinvigorated Conception Bay
Edmonton is growing exponentially, and smartly, outward from its downtown
Investment opportunities are on the climb in Bear Mountain.
Is Winnipeg finally a hot enough investment to shake its frigid reputation?
A satellite city that's poised to emulate its esteemed neighbours.
Mortgage brokers are independent professionals who work as liaisons between the borrower and the lender to negotiate loans. They are specialists who provide all of the information and answers you need to understand the mortgage process.