Canada's high level of household debt has again been flagged by the OECD which also highlights an issue with investment property
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Saskatoon’s housing starts have dropped dramatically to 80 percent to 116 units in April, the latest monthly housing report by CMHC has revealed.
The Greater Victoria area has seen a “full-blown economic recovery” after its housing starts figure for this month jumped almost thrice the number from 2014.
Vancouverites have expressed their despair for the lack of action from political leaders over rising housing prices
British Columbia is set to lead Canada’s provinces this year, as residential property sales appear to be their best in more than five years.
Average sale price jumped for Edmonton’s housing market last month to three per cent, despite the 13 per cent drop in the number of housing sales.
Despite its massive losses during the 2008 housing bubble, Genworth MI Canada Inc.’s newest leader has confirmed that the company is still mulling income opportunities in Alberta.
A report claims that the housing markets of Regina and Winnipeg are where the risk of problematic market conditions is high
Alberta’s housing market won’t see a repeat of the 1980s drubbing despite the slump in oil prices, a new internal federal government analysis has assured.
Former jail for inmates awaiting trial is now set to be converted into an affordable housing project for Canadians under the low-income bracket.