Investors seem unruffled by anxieties over the global economy and cross-border trade wars
The headlines about Toronto’s real estate market are a little misleading
An average $5-a-month hike to mortgage insurance premiums may seem inconsequential, but experts believe the effect on homebuyer and investor equity will prove disastrous.
First-time buyers turn to the family for help… Consumer confidence stable but real estate index slips… More Americans buying Vancouver homes…
This city's March was marked by the oldest story in the book: limited supply and skyrocketing demand.
Investors are not only skipping financing and inspection conditions in order to secure a foothold in some of the best markets, they’re also presenting “open offers.”
Skyrocketing price growth in urban centres has transit now deciding which suburban spots get a thumbs-up or thumbs-down from investors.
A brutal winter still holding onto much of Canada is sparking calls for investors to complete an exterior maintenance inspection – a measure that will save you money in the long term.
Genworth follows CMHC with premium increases… Vancouver house prices to hit $4.4 million… Edmonton has enough vacant lots to house almost 8,000…
Strong Canadian house price gains are now purely a two-city phenomenon, while a "soft landing" is well underway across most of the country.
Increase will impact buyers and investors who put less than 10 per cent down.
CMHC announces higher premiums for risky loans… Condo owners struggling with insurance… Edmonton prices up, sales down…
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