Most Canadian mortgages are held by those with very good or excellent credit scores, a trend that has been moving higher since the third quarter of 2015
Ottawa is tightening conditions for mortgage lenders in a bid to bolster defences against a financial crisis
Despite the continued concern over the oil downturn in Alberta developers in Edmonton believe that the city is still a good bet for residential property
The federal finance minister has scheduled an announcement for Friday morning at 9.30 which is widely anticipated to be about the housing market
Speculation continues about the potential increase in minimum downpayments for mortgages backed by the CMHC but would homebuyers be put off if it were to happen?
Indigenous businesses should find a reduction in the red tape involved in developing land for commercial purposes following a landmark decision on rule changes
A new report warns that 26 per cent of homeowners in Ontario are struggling to keep on top of their home costs. Many families struggle to pay the mortgage.
The retail vacancy rate in Saskatoon was below 4 per cent in 2015 according to a new report from Colliers International
Optimism that real estate prices will be higher in 6 months has waned in recent weeks as concern about the economy increases
The housing market is continuing to grow with new data showing increases in both housing starts and permits
Brokers from Invis-Mortgage Intelligence were joined by others from the real estate industry Tuesday to help Canada’s homeless