Using websites to compare travel products has become widespread but the same does not appear to be true when it comes to financial products including mortgages
The mayor of Richmond has hit back at claims municipalities’ fees are making housing unaffordable
Economists from one of Canada’s largest mortgage lenders say that official figures on the level of foreign home ownership in Vancouver are a long way off the reality
Canadians were generally feeling more optimistic about the economy last week according to a survey from Bloomberg and Nanos Research
The office market in Saskatoon has seen a sharp surge in vacancies over recent years
Some Metro Vancouver real estate agents are to be investigated over allegations of fraud and insider trading
Walking away from a mortgage on an underwater property was rife in Alberta in the 1980’s and conditions in the province are starting to create a rise in incidents of ‘jingle mail’, sending the keys back to the mortgage lender
The value of residential building permits increased 16.3 per cent in December, almost erasing the previous month’s decline
The Bank of Canada said Monday that a reliance on monetary policy to stimulate the economy may not be the best way forward
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.