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The recent mortgage rule changes will materially impact the economy, according to one leading economist
Canada’s not in a bubble, says the BoC governor, and that may be down to the restraint of property investors.
This strategy was considered dead on its feet only a couple of years ago, but two of TV's hottest stars are bringing it back.
Experts are disputing the findings of a new report suggesting condo investors in one major city would be better off putting their money in a REIT focused on the same fragile market.
A new report shows that housing affordability in Vancouver has continued to become harder.
The president and CEO of Concorde Group says that the real estate sector is “clearly off our peak” but that it is “just a temporary adjustment."
New figures show that the number of non-permanent residents is growing and a CIBC report says that they are an important factor in the housing market.
In the superheated Toronto market, you have the good in demand for properties, the bad in heightened competition, and as for the down-right ugly…
The governor of the Bank of Canada told the House of Commons that there’s no housing bubble – despite calling the country’s market overvalued by up to 30 per cent just a couple of months ago.
One single region is the vital driver behind North America’s economic output, employment and trade, according to a new report, and housing needs in the area are reflecting this.
A detached house in Vancouver has sold for $1.35 million despite being just 3.6 metres (12 feet) wide.