Fitch Ratings has issued another warning of vulnerability in the two hottest Canadian housing markets
The pace of housing starts was slower in January according to new figures from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. However, Ontario continues to grow.
Realtors say that bidding wars are gaining heat in Vancouver’s Lower Mainland with prices rising sharply. Prices are expected to continue with this trend.
Realtors report that home sales in Kitchener-Waterloo have started 2016 well
We’re in for a sluggish 2016 according to the latest economic outlook from the Conference Board of Canada, but predict no recession for the 2016 year.
Realtors in the Montreal CMA have reported a strong start to the year’s sales with 2,153 completed in January, up 12 per cent from a year earlier
Mortgage insurer Genworth has released its annual financial results which show a 26 per cent rise in the value of net premiums to $809 million
Home resales in the Ottawa market were down 4 per cent year-over-year in January with 601 homes sold through the Ottawa Real Estate Board’s MLS
Conrad Black’s historic family estate in the Bridle Path neighbourhood of Toronto is to go on sale in March and is expected to sell for around $22 million
Sales of homes in the Greater Toronto Area increased by 8.2 per cent in January compared to a year earlier
Sales of homes in the Saskatoon market held steady in January, roughly in line with a year earlier and around 17 per cent below the 5-year average for the month