In Toronto, even low-rise homes are losing their affordability.
Canadian’s optimism on the economy improved last week according to a survey by Bloomberg and Nanos Research
Vancouver is bottom of the league when it comes to affordability while Charlottetown is the most affordable
There’s a shortage of low-rise housing in the Greater Toronto Area and it’s getting worse
The Calgary economy is less reliant on the oil industry than public perception suggests
Council officials in Charlottetown are considering proposals which would allow secondary suites in the city, which are currently illegal
For those who are skeptical that the federal government and its agencies are genuinely trying to calculate the level of foreign ownership of Canadian real estate and the effects that it may have on housing markets; there is some hope
The increase in private debt compared to GDP in Canada since the financial crisis exceeds that of many developed countries
Greater Vancouver’s commercial real estate market enjoyed its busiest period for 5 years in the second quarter of 2015
Two former Ontario housing ministers launched a new housing advocacy group Thursday
Realtors in Nova Scotia are concerned that the privatization of the public land registry could add costs for homebuyers.