The Bank of Canada is not entirely sure how much the new mortgage rules will slow the housing market, despite releasing forecasts in its Monetary Policy Report
Smaller firms not backed by mortgage insurance go for much higher rates than the BoC’s 4.64%
As Alberta’s new government settles in, landlords in the province say they are prepared to fight against any attempts to tighten rent controls.
School is out for some of Ontario’s hot student rental markets, where cash flow for investors is becoming more difficult to achieve – but experts suggest alternative markets destined to be hot.
Gone are the days of tired old cardboard signs to advertize a rental unit – if landlords want to fill that vacancy quickly, they better get online and get social.
If home sales continue of their current path, TREB is projecting a record month of May for the GTA.
There’s a housing problem bubbling away that needs action from all levels of government, according to a new report.
More Canadians are choosing to cash in their snowbird homes in the U.S. as the increased home prices and strength of the U.S. dollar make it a profitable time to sell.
The Ontario district of Muskoka is experiencing a resurgence in interest especially among high-end buyers.
Toronto’s reign over urban construction has come to an end, as New York City now has more multi-family units under construction than any city in North America.
Home sales activity continues to defy expectations, with Canadians taking advantage of warm weather and low rates in April for a 10 per cent spike in sales volume.
Another "flipping" program has premiered on TV, showcasing two Canadian musicians flipping houses down in Nashville.