Moody’s will pay hundreds of millions to settle allegations that it habitually inflated ratings of shoddy mortgage-backed securities during the run-up to the financial crisis
CMHC announced early Tuesday it is increasing its loan insurance premiums effective March 17
The Liberal government is set to review a controversial eviction law after a property management company charged a tenant two month’s rent following an eviction in 2012.
It looks like Canadian investors will have to continue to compete with foreign investors, as China passes a new program that allows Chinese buyers to export more capital from the Asian country.
Housing affordability improved during the first quarter of 2015, according to a new report from RBC Economics.
The house that Lululemon built is the most expensive house in Canada’s most expensive real estate market.
Warnings from the BoC governor haven’t put a damper on the real estate industry's enthusiasm for the current and future markets as they suggest talks of an eventual housing crash are overblown.
Canadians looking to invest in key U.S. states are finding it increasingly difficult to purchase investment properties as demand from competing buyers prices them out of the market.
With more than 50,000 new condo projects underway in Toronto, developers are now revealing just how dependent they really are on investors -- both foreign and domestic.
A battle between a landlord and a hydro company has heightened concerns about Hydro’s smart meters and the inconsistent readings, as well as possible health risk, plaguing some customers.
Industry veterans are pointing to one city’s second land transfer tax as a major drag on the market, especially considering the CMHC’s increased insurance premiums, which took effect on June 1.
New numbers show house prices jumped in May from the previous month, cooling talk from analysts and industry economists who have long warned of overvaluation of Canadian home prices.