The Quebec budget has some welcome measures for homebuyers and existing home owners but should have done more for first-time buyers, one of the province’s real estate bodies says
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.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Association has expressed concern that homes here remain more expensive than those south of the border.
The third quarter saw an overall drop in commercial real estate investment in Calgary but an increase in the top end.
Far from being oversupplied the condo market needs more units to cope with the immigration inflow.
With more construction taking place landlords in Halifax are concerned of oversupply in the office sector.
Businesses looking for property in the Metro Vancouver area are finding prices have increased substantially over the last two years.
Foreclosure rate in Saint John, New Brunswick, is reaching the worst levels real estate observers have seen in decades, say long-time real estate agents and brokers.
Renewing a home loan shouldn’t be too painful for the next six months according to a new report from The Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals.
The $14 billion New Building Canada Fund was launched in April but critics say it has not been clear how to get some of the money and that has delayed the start of building projects this year.