Edmonton housing market remains strong
Edmonton’s housing market showcases strong growth amid uncertainties in its energy sector, a study by Royal LePage has revealed.
One third of Canadians understand home loans
Only 33 percent Canadian homeowners admit that they have read their entire mortgage agreement, only 27 percent fully understood the details of their home loans.
Halifax house prices; modest increase
Halifax has had a modest increase in its housing prices for the first three months of 2015, new data from Royal LePage has revealed.
IMF warns of housing bubble as rates fall
IMF has expressed concerns over the prevailing low mortgage rates in Canada, warning that a housing bubble could transpire.
Resale home prices up 4.7%, Teranet study says
The latest Teranet housing index has found Canadian resale home prices to be up 4.7 per cent across Canada in March
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Kelowna's housing starts remain steady
The latest report has revealed Kelowna’s housing starts remain steady, with 1,417 units in March compared to February’s 1,456 units.
Credit union launches 1.49% mortgage rate
Ontario residents may take advantage of the “lowest known posted mortgage rate in Canadian history” after credit union Meridian announced an interest rate of 1.49%.
Saskatoon housing starts up for March
CMHC has revealed a surge in Saskatoon’s housing starts, a sign that the area’s real estate investing is booming
Oshawa suffers slight dip in housing starts
Oshawa has recorded a dip in its housing starts from 1,908 in February to 1,706 last month, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).