The Bank of Canada held interest rates at 0.5 per cent Wednesday with an assessment of the economy which has some positives tempered with risks
Sales through the MLS system in British Columbia are set to reach 100,000 units this year, for only the third time.
The Intelligence Unit of The Economist has published its annual survey of the most liveable cities in the world.
Credit ratings agency Fitch says that Canada has an “advanced, well diversified and high-income economy” and has affirmed its AAA rating.
Commercial property is in demand in the Fraser Valley but new supply is due to help ease the current shortage.
As we approach the next wave of financial results from Canada’s banks experts are making their predictions about the strength of their home loans business
The governing NDP in Alberta are considering whether to allow inclusionary zoning in the province to boost affordability but at least one official is not convinced it will work
The Mortgage Company of Canada is to pay costs of $100,000 to the Ontario Securities Commission in settlement of a probe into allegations surrounding the sale of $32.2 million of shares to investors
Canadian consumers are still lacking confidence in the state of the economy and the housing market
Stephen Harper’s election promise to collect and analyze data on foreign ownership of real estate has been welcomed by economists.
A real estate company in Yarmouth has first-hand experience of how council re-zoning decisions can work against property owners.