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
It’s been called a “cash grab,” but a costly trend taking root in suburban Ontario is threatening to hit Toronto landlords.
A potentially record-setting sales price has confirmed this Ontario city as the province’s hottest, say experts.
The case of a wrong moving date and a wedding dress thrown in the dump will cost a pair of landlords thousands.
A new report by BMO Nesbitt Burns suggests that Newfoundland and Labrador could slip into a shallow recession this year with Alberta on the borderline.
Kennedy Stewart, the MP for Burnaby, has once again called for a housing study to be conducted by government agencies and for these to include data on foreign ownership.
The commercial real estate market in Ottawa is improving, according to a report from Colliers International.
Canada’s recreational property market got off to a slow start in 2015, according to a new report by Royal LePage, but agents are now experiencing a rush of activity as buyers make up for lost time.
One of the industry’s leading economists says employment data does not fall in line with Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz’s recent statements, and recovery could be on the way for Alberta.
April housing starts across Canada were down almost nine per cent from a year ago as increases in some urban centres failed to offset declines in the Prairies.
With higher house prices in many areas and economic uncertainly weighing heavily on some homeowners’ minds more are choosing to stay in their current homes and renovate.