Market Update

  • Morneau rules out more housing measures for now by Steve Randall

    Ottawa will continue to monitor the housing market but is not planning to introduce any further measures for now. That was the message from federal finance minister Bill Morneau when he met with private sector economists Friday and later spoke to journalists

  • Windsor-Essex home sales up 10 per cent in 2016 by Steve Randall

    Home sales in Windsor-Essex county increased by 10.4 per cent in 2016 compared to the previous year as December ended with a strong year-over-year gain

  • GTA rental apartments hit 25-year high by Steve Randall

    The thirst for urban living has pushed the construction of new rental apartments in the Greater Toronto Area to a 25-year high according to data from researchers at Urbanation

  • Big lenders backing growth credit lines by Steve Randall

    Two of Canada’s largest mortgage lenders are focusing their attention on the appetite for convenient credit by expanding their credit card operations

  • Inventory falls to eight-year low in BC by Steve Randall

    Strong demand for housing in British Columbia has pushed inventory levels to an eight-year low

  • BC, Ontario sales to drop next year says TD by Steve Randall

    Canada’s third largest mortgage lender is talking of a drop in home sales and a slowing of prices in the country’s hottest markets next year

  • Global lender sees Canada as a priority by Steve Randall

    The global bank and mortgage lender HSBC says that it sees Canada as a priority market

  • Home prices still showing gains by Steve Randall

    Home prices showed moderate to strong year-over-year increases in most markets in Canada during the third quarter of 2015, according to the Royal LePage House Price Survey

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