CMHC says that “strong evidence of problematic conditions” remains for Canada’s housing market as growing house prices clashes with a slowing of adult population growth and a decrease in disposable household income
Real estate brokers in Alberta have been helping to improve the lives of those in need with charity initiatives
Vancouver has topped the latest Prime International Residential Index from Knight Frank
Edmonton is proposing rule changes to tackle falling numbers of infill developments and to clamp down on builders who do not follow regulations on noise and trash
Two real estate firms in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario have announced a merger
A report by the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre (FinTRAC) says it has found “very significant” compliance deficiencies in the past year.
Two realtors from British Columbia were recognised this week for their commitment to charity and community causes
Real estate in Canmore is gaining in popularity with those south of the border. Low interest rates and easing prices make the area more attractive to buyers.
Doug Porter, chief economist at BMO, says that predicting when the housing bubble will burst is “half the challenge” of forecasting
On St Patrick’ Day, Vancity has published a survey to find out how British Columbians would put a ‘four leaf clover’ of good fortune to use
In a demonstration of the impact that Vancouver’s high cost of housing is having on the community, there were angry voices at an emergency housing forum Wednesday