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Experts insist the housing boom is coming to an end by Jamie Henry | 2014-10-17 8:10:31 AM

With plenty of positive data still flowing Canadians are upbeat about the housing market, but some experts are now insisting that we’ve seen the peak and that the boom is over.read more

US builder decides against Toronto condo market by Jamie Henry | 2014-10-15 11:14:03 AM

A builder of luxury condos from the US considered and dismissed expanding into Toronto due to the high level of investment property in the city.read more

Tougher financing rule enforcement to hurt larger properties by Olivia D'Orazio | 2014-10-14 4:29:26 PM

Brokers aren’t the only ones frustrated by tougher lending rules, as real estate agents selling large-acreage properties may increasingly need to adjust their listing price, as buyers are hamstrung by more stringently applied financing rules.read more

Funny Friday: Swap an iPhone, get a home by Jamie Henry | 2014-10-10 1:18:12 PM

Detroit’s tanking real estate market has been well documented but this may be a new low, as one eager seller has offered his home in the Motor City in exchange for the new iPhone 6.read more

Calls for more openness from CMHC denied by MBN | 2014-10-09 1:39:21 PM

Calls to CMHC from one leading economics professor to disclose details about the risks in its portfolio have been denied under the guise that the information is commercially sensitive.read more

Housing market correction would damage retirement funds by Jamie Henry | 2014-10-09 11:19:45 AM

Baby boomers could leave themselves short of retirement funds if there’s a housing market correction. read more

Calgary’s commercial real estate investment activity slows by Jamie Henry | 2014-10-09 9:57:02 AM

A report shows that there has been a reduction in the level of investment activity in Calgary’s commercial property. read more