It’s been a long-time coming, but Ontario’s government has finally made good on its promise to address affordability in the province. Have your say
Paul Taylor outlines plans for the association’s future endeavours
The government's newest down payment requirements are about to go into effect, and one advocacy group says the pending rule change miss the mark
Every profession has a few bad eggs; unfortunately for brokers, the numerous criminal charges against one Ontario broker has created a media sensation, and potentially engendered public mistrust in the profession
However, observers note another round of decline in sales and prices in the first part of 2016
Mayor puts up $250 million worth of city land to secure social housing funds for Vancouver
Mark Oliver explains why businesses need to understand the basics of human motivation in order to increase employee satisfaction and productivity in the workplace
The condo market’s often a microcosm of the rest of Canada’s housing market. Currently, regional differentials are stark
It’s that time of year again, with one niche lender offering bargain basement mortgage rates – but just how many clients are suited to this unique offer?
The stagnant economy might have been worse off in 2015 without the sheer volume of real estate transactions, analysts said
Was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s answer to this important broker issue sufficient?