It still feels odd to refer to Vancouver as anything but red hot, but there is reason for optimism going forward
Data released on Friday suggests that Edmonton is avoiding the worst impact of the oil downturn in Alberta.
A new report from TD Bank says that the building boom in Toronto is coming to an end.
The Toronto Real Estate Board’s tribunal hearing with Canada’s Competition Bureau has been pushed to the end of September.
The credit union offering a record-low mortgage rate isn’t offering it to broker partners, despite interest within the channel.
Clients often are at the mercy of developers when they purchase pre-build condos; will the final product look anything like the showroom mock-up? One Toronto industry player highlights the potential discrepancies between the two in a hilarious video.
We are mere weeks away from the annual Canadian Mortgage Awards and this year we have partnered with the Children’s Wish Foundation.
There are low mortgage rates and then there’s this one.
It wasn’t expected, but new home prices increased in February according to data from Statistics Canada.
City officials in Saskatoon have reported another good year for driving affordability of housing but acknowledge there is still a lot more to do.
It may cause concern about the already-high levels of personal debt in Canada but a Vancouver company reports that it’s signed up more than 5000 people to its service that allows rent to be paid by credit card.