• Stable outlook for Canada’s housing market in 2012 by Editorial Team

    House prices and sales will remain stable through 2012, according to the latest forecast by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).

  • Toronto condo market to moderate in 2012: CMHC by Shane Buckingham

    Excess supply in the Toronto condominium market will likely push prices down next year, making preconstruction condo speculation more of a gamble, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s leading economist in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

  • Auction set for 40 Muskoka properties in December by Editorial Team

    A U.S. company has partnered with Royal LePage to offer an unprecedented auction of 40 lakefront condo-hotel units at Lake Muskoka in Ontario.

  • Royal LePage launches new mobile website by Tessa Fera

    Royal LePage launched a new website Tuesday for mobile devices, such as the iPhone, Android and Blackberry.

  • Brokers complaints hit Better Business Bureau by Vernon Clement Jones

    The country’s largest Better Business Bureau saw the number of consumer complaints against brokers more than triple over the last three years – at the same time industry membership, in fact, dropped.

  • Industry takes fight against tax rule changes to Ottawa by Vernon Clement Jones

    A private lender – backed by two of Canada’s largest mortgage broker associations – will appear before an Ottawa Finance committee Wednesday to voice industry concerns about proposed tax changes they say will limit broker access to alternative lending.

  • Triple dip ahead for U.S. home prices by Editorial Team

    The U.S. home market will hit another low by next year, dropping even further below its 2006 peak, according to Fiserv, a financial analytics company.

  • Calgary sales activity picks up in October by Editorial Team

    Calgary’s real estate market is slowly showing the effects of an improved jobs sector, with sales up 14.6% in October compared to a year earlier, according to the Calgary Real Estate Board (CREB).

  • Investors will be more cautious in 2012: PwC report by Editorial Team

    Soaring confidence in Canadian real estate market will start to feel the effects of a faltering global economy, according to a new forecast by PricewaterhouseCooper (PwC).

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