One MP attempts to educate constituents about the impact of recent mortgage rule changes
One should not assume that decades-long market stability is a given when applying for a mortgage
One expert’s suggestion to tax those who speculate in real estate may do little if anything to nip flipping in the bud.
As more developers focus on purpose-built rentals, one expert breaks down the short and long-term ramification for small landlords.
Demand for housing is shifting steadily from a focus on buying single-family homes to renting condos and townhomes – handing landlords an increasingly strong market.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Bob Rennie, the ‘condo king’ of Vancouver, says that there should be a new tax on those who speculate on the property market.
Downtown Vancouver saw hundreds of protesters take to the streets angry at the increasingly unaffordable housing in the city.