While some of the measures outlined this week in the federal government’s budget have been welcomed by the real estate industry, there is still room for criticism
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation has released its analysis of house prices and concludes that while there is some overvaluation, there is little risk from overheating or overbuilding.
A new study suggests that more retirees are choosing to shun downtown condo living in favour of a home in the suburbs.
The weekly Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index has fallen again to a nine-month low.
A study claims first homebuyers are becoming aware of the risks of entering the housing market and are preparing hefty down payments, locking in for longer mortgage terms.
A study by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says Toronto and Montreal’s residential construction is soaring and may result in overbuilding if housing units are completed but not sold.
Contrary to most parts of Canada, the Halifax market appears to be slightly overvalued despite new-home construction “as low as it can possibly go,” a top home builder said.
The annual rise in consumer prices was higher in Alberta in October than any other province.
The commercial market in Calgary is set to be “flat for 6 to 12 months” according to a new report from Avison Young.
The latest Canada Housing Observer from CMHC shows that single women are struggling most to have their housing needs met.
The 2014 Canadian Housing Observer has been released by the CMHC revealing detailed information and data about the current state of the market.