There is growing evidence of risk in the country's real estate markets as home prices have climbed faster than income and population growth, a report by Canada's federal housing agency says
There are still opportunities to take advantage of U.S. real estate, according to one veteran who has penned a guide for Canadians interested in purchasing property down south
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.
If you’re one of the many Canadian investors with property south of the border, the latest figures from the National Association of Realtors is sure to put a smile on your face.
The Prime Minister and B.C. Premier have both ruled out taxing foreign investors in a bid to curb rising house prices in Vancouver.
Analysts are predicting that volatility in the government bonds market is about to lead to higher mortgage rates.
Developers in Edmonton say they need help from the government to try to attract more residents to the downtown area.