Fitch Ratings has issued another warning of vulnerability in the two hottest Canadian housing markets
Home sales figures in the Halifax-Dartmouth region show a decline in July; down to 490 units from 559 a year earlier; but despite the decline prices are going up
As the global economy looks shaky there are fears about the strength of banks and mortgage lenders to ride out any storm that may blow our way
A housing market analyst says that the reports of overvaluation for single-family homes in the Greater Toronto Area hasn’t extended to condos
The second quarter of 2015 has continued slowly for the commercial real estate market in Ottawa
One of Canada’s largest mortgage lenders says that the housing market will slow in 2016 but only modestly.
The listing of a $12.25 million luxury home in Calgary has raised a few eyebrows, not least with local realtors.
A report from CD Howe Institute calls for banks to be allowed to issue more covered bonds to fund mortgages.
Realtors in Canmore, Alberta, say that sales of luxury homes are holding up despite the oil downturn.
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.