Data gaps need to be addressed to help Canadian governments devise more effective solutions to the affordability crisis, says an analyst
The Real Estate Council of British Columbia recently urged agents to encourage their clients to disclose in writing if a home has been used for growing marijuana
Finance minister Joe Oliver says that there is no need for the federal government to make any immediate shifts in housing policy.
Covenants restricting ownership of thousands of homes in Metro Vancouver and Victoria almost 100 years ago have been branded racist.
The mountain resort town of Canmore is suffering the effects of the downturn in Alberta’s oil sector with a drop in sales, and listings rising.
A Yellowknife realtor says that despite talk of corrections and bubbles those who are renting in the area could be better off as homeowners.
Local experts in one of Western Canada’s ‘hottest’ markets are answering concerns about a possible market correction.
Good on paper, but not in practice? Proposed changes to the LTB process might look beneficial, but they won’t change fundamental problems with the system, say experts.
One Ontario border town is finally shaking loose a reputation that’s dogged it since the recession, with jobs, population growth and rising house prices.
Housing starts in the Calgary metropolitan census area fell by more than 50 per cent in the year to April 2015, according to new figures from the Conference Board of Canada.
Homes in Canada have become less affordable so far this year.
The City of Ottawa is going to court in a bid to protect its right to limit the height of buildings.