Market Update

  • BC home sales hit new record

    Home sales in British Columbia hit a new record in December

  • Broker launches mortgage protection

    First Foundation of Edmonton has launched a new lay-off insurance product in response to client demand. Helping borrowers who are worried about losing their home.

  • Traders price-in interest rate cut

    The Bank of Canada meets Wednesday and some are calling for a cut in interest rates to head-off crosswinds in the economy

  • New home prices edge higher

    The price of new homes saw a monthly increase of 0.2 percent and a year-over-year rise of 1.6 percent in November 2015 according to data from Statistics Canada

  • PM positive, ATB less so

    The Prime Minister said Thursday that he is “optimistic” about the future of Canada’s economy, which will require diversification from a reliance on energy

  • BMO expects interest rate cut

    The Bank of Canada will decide on interest rates next Wednesday and a growing number of financial experts are calling for a cut

  • Two views on heritage

    Many residents of Canada have a different view on heritage within their cities. Many buildings are being torn down for new development and some oppose the idea.

  • Developer to offer condos with no downpayment

    A developer in British Columbia is hoping to allow buyers to get a brand new condo with no downpayment

  • Price growth to slow says Royal LePage

    Home prices will continue to grow this year but at a slower pace than in 2015 according to a new report from Royal LePage

  • Calgary’s sales, prices set to drop

    The Calgary Real Estate Board projected that sales activity will decline by 2 percent with the annualized benchmark price falling by 3.44 percent to $438,652