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
Some of Canada’s largest banks and mortgage lenders are helping wealthy Chinese investors bend China’s rules on moving funds, to enable them to invest in Canadian property
Commercial realtors in the Greater Toronto Area report a large decrease in the leased industrial, commercial/retail and office space in August 2015 compared to the same month in 2014.
A poll of 40 economists by Reuters reveals that the financial experts are not forecasting any rise in interest rates until 2017.
All housing types in the Greater Toronto Area saw an increase in August according to new figures from the Toronto Real Estate Board.
While official figures show a technical recession for the first half of 2015, it seems Canadians were not put off from borrowing.
There was a 6.6 per cent increase in sales through the Ottawa Real Estate Board MLS in August compared to the same period in 2014.
Canada’s largest mortgage institution has announced a record number of originations in July
Sales of homes in Greater Vancouver were up by 21.3 per cent in July compared to a year earlier but down 15.5 per cent from June
The weekly Canadian Confidence Index from Bloomberg and Nanos Research shows that sentiment is still at a near-one year low and real estate is weighing heavily on Canadians’ minds
Recent figures from the Calgary Real Estate Association show that the condo market is not holding up as well as some other housing types in the area.