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Other major markets also predicted to enjoy robust numbers this year
New mortgage rules may further expose Canada’s condo market to foreign investors, as domestic buyers are forced to bow out of already-pricey urban markets, say critics.
The head of one of the country’s most powerful real estate brands is calling the latest round of mortgage rule changes unnecessary, given market cooling already underway across much of the country.
Realtors be warned: investors are looking for agents to understand their needs and research a property to avoid wasted time.
Two-thirds of real estate investors say the change in amortization for government-insured mortgages will hurt them.
Canada’s Realtors are offering a cautious thumbs-up for the government’s plans to ratchet down even further on mortgage rules.
The reprieve Canadian homebuyers thought they had is no longer, with the government confirming it will now lower the maximum amortization on an insured mortgage to 25 years and cap refinances at 80 per cent of a home's value.
Amid growing economic uncertainty in Canada’s housing market, mortgage finance expert Jane Londerville has called for a levelling of the playing field for government-backed residential mortgages.
Think a tenant’s home insurance doesn’t affect you? Think again.
Where are the property investors? It’s what officials in Saskatchewan’s boom town are now asking as they grapple with 1,200 high-paying job vacancies, but nowhere to put those migrant workers.
Alternative lenders -- among them an industry leader -- are now pushing into Nova Scotia, just ahead of any boom expected from that $25 billion shipbuilding contract.
Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that Devin P. McComb has joined the firm’s Seattle office as a partner in the Real Estate & Land Use practice
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