Expect deceleration in price growth, not a major crash
The central bank’s stance on the possible effects of new federal mortgage rules has raised questions on its possible next steps
Vancouver begins the year on a high… GTA sales strong so far… Edmonton sales slump in January… Western provinces have highest average mortgage debt… Consumer confidence continues to fall despite lower interest rates…
Despite the declining loonie, it is clear that Canadian real estate investors are still making headway south of the border.
With oil prices dropping and reports of “doom and gloom” for the Alberta real estate market, one expert advises investors to take a look at the commercial sector.
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If you’re thinking about buying or selling a condo as an investment property in this Canadian province, be prepared – its Condominium Act has grown by 300 pages.
Calgary sales slow, listings up… Toronto condo market heading for “moderate slowdown”… TREB to make recommendations on affordable housing…
New condo sales in the Greater Toronto Area rebounded by 51 per cent in 2014, from a 10-year low in 2013, according to a new report.
One big bank has offered an explanation for why its prime rate doesn’t match the Bank of Canada’s overnight rate, but some industry players aren’t exactly sold.
The Bank of Canada's interest rate cut will offer first-time real estate investors yet another reason to get into the market, says a leading economist.
More Canadians to buy homes due to low interest rates… Canada’s housing market is up to 20 per cent overvalued, says IMF… Loonie slides on poor GDP figures… Tiny homes continue to expand living options…