Financial stress is affecting millions of Canadians many of whom are concerned about their lack of savings
The Harper government has promised more data on foreign buyers of Canadian homes if they are re-elected but for now the picture is uncertain, but no-one’s denying that there is a market for Canadian homes among Chinese buyers
A new study shows that today’s seniors are not selling up their family homes and downsizing to a retirement property; they want to keep on moving up!
Developers in the Greater Toronto Area are being driven to build in areas near rapid transit as an increasing number of consumers opt to ditch the car for their commute
Home sales in the Kitchener-Waterloo area saw a decrease in August, down 2.1 per cent from a year earlier with 459 sales through the MLS system
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.