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
A tale of two cities; office markets in Calgary, Ottawa… Consumer confidence still edging higher… Mortgage lenders are not to blame for household debt…
March figures from this market showed that sales almost matched last year's, despite the falling price of oil.
The spring market has stalled in a region of the country already challenged by market uncertainty.
But what do higher short-term rates and an an increase in cap rates mean for Canadian investors?
Bank of Canada’s policy report due this week; could be rate clues… Is Edmonton avoiding the impact of the oil downturn?... Toronto building boom is ending says TD…
The seasonally adjusted annual rates of urban starts were 4,486 last year, up from 2,456 in March 2014.
A moderately priced condo market, paired with historically low interest rates, has driven one west-coast market’s more than 20 per cent increase in March sales.
Is this the lowest posted mortgage rate ever? 1.49 per cent!... Surprise! New home prices increased in February… Saskatoon reports good year for affordability drive… More people paying rent on credit cards…
New figures from Stats Can show that multi-unit properties, such as condos, skyrocketed to 20.7 per cent in February.
A tenant with a shady past and a landlord fighting for an eviction in Kelowna, B.C. is raising the question: Can landlords get rid of a tenant with a criminal past?