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
The real estate and insurance industries should collaborate to help tackle the impact of climate change.
House prices in Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast or Nanaimo on Vancouver Island are now pegged at an average of $600,000 less than in Metro Vancouver -- a reality increasingly attractive to buyers.
The weekly Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index has seen a rise as sentiment increases in personal finances, the economy and real estate prices.
The Alberta government is proposing some changes to the province’s condominium laws but there are concerns that the laws will be too weak.
New figures from The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver show that, excluding the most expensive properties, the benchmark price of a typical detached home is now close to $1 million.
A new round of city-provincial tax credits have been imposed on developers of downtown residential-housing units across Winnipeg.
Stephen Poloz is expected to extend the run of low interest rates when the Bank of Canada’s decision is announced tomorrow.
A new survey shows that Canadians don’t necessarily see their home loan as a debt.
Calgary’s resales market continues to show plenty of energy and prices are starting to level out.
Among the many Black Friday bargains on offer today, a mortgage broker announced a 24-hour promotion on home loans with a rate of just 2.59 per cent for a 5-year-fixed rate mortgage and 2.05 per cent for a variable rate.