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
Data from CMHC has revealed predictions for house prices and sales levels over the next 2 years with most markets continuing to see price rises.
The Conference Board of Canada predicts that we’ll all have a little more money in our pockets in 2015.
In its monetary policy report released yesterday the Bank of Canada admitted that some of our markets are far from a soft landing.
A new report suggests that we are far from the end of market growth, at least in some parts of Canada.
Developers are building more two-bedroom condos in response to the demand from families and young professionals.
Canadians want to live near the city core rather than the suburbs and that’s driving the housing market.
Is the real issue in Toronto down to income divides rather than the urban/suburban divide?
Buying a vacation property in the U.S. could land you with an extra tax bill.
Affordability is a key issue for the housing market in Canada with 25 per cent of householders spending nearly a third of their income on housing and 200,000 a year recorded as homeless.
The figures from a study by the Conference Board of Canada show the large percentage of people reaching retirement age who don’t have enough savings to stop working.