The real estate and mortgage industry has been reacting the announcement of Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan which includes potential curbs on vacant properties and a foreign buyers’ tax
Interest rates are set to stay at “ultra-low” levels in Canada for some months yet according to one mortgage lender.
The percentage of Canadian consumers who believe that real estate prices will be higher in 6 months fell again last week.
Housing permit applications increased in June led by multi-family units in Quebec, Alberta and Ontario.
Mogo Finance Technology became the first online lender in Canada to become a publicly-listed company last month but shares have failed to ignite.
Owning your own home has long been a key life-goal and achieving it has been a proud moment.
Some of Canada’s largest real estate boards and associations have reported strong activity in home sales as the summer buying season gathers pace.
The weekly index of Canadian consumer confidence from Bloomberg/Nanos is at a two-year low, down to 52.31 last week from 53.41 a week earlier.
The annual Mortgage Alliance Rally of Hope has raised $135,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society.
New data from the Toronto Real Estate Board show that less commercial space in the area was leased in July 2015 compared to a year earlier.
Sales of homes in the Vancouver metro were running at about a third more than the ten-year average in July despite inventory remaining tight.