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  • Canadian real estate “defies logic” in 2011 with growth: Re/Max by

    Canada’s real estate market surpassed expectations in 2011, despite global economic concerns, according to a year-end report by Re/Max.

  • Re/Max: a stable 2012 ahead by Editorial Team

    The Canadian housing market will continue along its growth trajectory in 2012 despite concerns over the European debt crisis and its impact on the global economy, according to a report released today by RE/MAX.

  • ING offers investors new HELOC by Vernon Clement Jones

    IING Direct will move this month to register all new mortgages as collateral charge, paving the way for a new HELOC to be offered by mortgage brokers.

  • Brit investors eye Canuck markets by Vernon Clement Jones

    Canadian property investors bullish on their home-grown markets move over.

  • Vancouver market cools on sales decline by Editorial Team

    For doubters of the perpetually rising Vancouver real estate prices the past few years, a decline in November sales may be one of the first cracks in the market's strength.

  • Investor: Time to get creative with RRSP lenders by Vernon Clement Jones

    Property investors need to better capitalize on the boom in private money by using "creative loan structuring" to help lenders access their RRSP savings, said one expert in that niche area.

  • New investors face tighter credit score demands by Vernon Clement Jones

    New CMHC numbers suggest lenders and the default insurer itself are increasingly relying on a borrower’s credit score to evaluate an application – something likely to affect new real estate investors and not their seasoned counterparts.

  • Calgary sales rise, average prices stay flat by Editorial Team

    Real estate sales are up 16% over a year ago in Calgary, but for now, prices have remained flat -- a combination poised to hand the city one of the best markets nationally over the next few years.

  • House prices flatten in September by Editorial Team

    After nine straight months of increases in the national home price, the numbers flattened in September, according to the Teranet—National Bank House Price Index out today.

  • 2012: Mixed bag for office property demand by

    Demand for office real estate in Canada will slow in the first half of next year as economic uncertainty takes hold, according to a report by Cushman & Wakefield this week.

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