In a week's time we’ll have a better idea of the impact of foreign ownership of homes in Canada's hottest markets
Bank of Canada governor speaks to economists about low interest rates — and how we have to learn to live with them.
The 15 percent tax on foreign buyers of Vancouver homes looks set to head to the courts. Chinese student Jing Li has filed a lawsuit challenging the tax
Home sales in Windsor-Essex County remained strong in August with market activity up more than 9 percent y-o-y earlier and year-to-date sales up 13.11 percent
Ontario will have to follow BC in taxing foreign home buyers in order to cool the Greater Toronto Area housing market according to CIBC economist Benjamin Tal
Commercial real estate in Vancouver’s Lower Mainland continues to boom with demand for land, office and retail reaching a 5-year high in the second quarter of 2016
Average Canadian wage increases for non-unionized employees will be 2.2 per cent for 2017 as economic uncertainty sways employers’ decisions
The Real Estate Council of British Columbia has welcomed the appointment of as the province’s new superintendent of real estate Micheal Noseworthy
While interest rates may be low, with little expectation of that changing anytime soon, an increasing number of Canadians do not believe that it’s a good time to buy a home
Frequent headlines highlighting the sharp gains in home prices in Vancouver and Toronto have not dampened the optimism of those seeking a more modestly-priced home
Former Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper has joined the board of real estate firm Colliers International Group Inc.