• Detached housing is “bananas” in Vancouver by Jamie Henry

    A Vancouver mortgage broker says that the detached housing market in the city is “bananas” and says he’s never seen the market like it before.

  • Toronto group protests against ‘density creep’ by Jamie Henry

    A group called the Density Creep Neighbourhood Alliance are protesting against a proposed development in Toronto which would replace eight single-family homes with 80 stacked townhouses.

  • Affluent Canadians have homes worth $1.5 million by Jamie Henry

    A new survey from BMO Private Banking found that high-net-worth Canadians (with investible assets of at least $1 million) are almost certainly homeowners (95 per cent) and their homes are valued at an average of $1.5 million.

  • CMHC report exposes divided market by Jordan Maxwell

    It’s the same old story for the Canadian housing market – lower oil prices are leaving oil-producing provinces such as Alberta vulnerable while other markets like Ontario and B.C. continue to benefit.

  • What you need to know about the pending CMHC change by CRE

    The Crown Corporation is set to increase premiums for loans taken out by homebuyers who put less than 10 per cent down – here is what you need to know.

  • Condo king calls for tax on flipping homes by Jamie Henry

    Bob Rennie, the ‘condo king’ of Vancouver, says that there should be a new tax on those who speculate on the property market.

  • Survey reveals sentiment of condo investors by Jennifer Paterson

    Condo investors remained hopeful about the value of their investment property in 2014, while the majority also intend to hold onto their unit for the long term.


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