It still feels odd to refer to Vancouver as anything but red hot, but there is reason for optimism going forward
Analysts from TD Economics predict that the Canadian economy will gradually improve this year in terms of personal income, employment growth and economic growth but that the first quarter will show weakness with GDP at an annualized rate of just 0.5 per cent.
The real estate industry could benefit from the forthcoming launch of the Apple Watch.
He got under the skin of many brokers with his prediction of a housing crash, but wait until you hear the advice this leading financial advisor is offering the big banks about their mortgage businesses.
In the final part of his two-part series, one leading broker explains the buydown component of his renewal conversion process.
One monoline lender is offering a new product specifically aimed at clients who are willing to sacrifice certain mortgage privileges for lower rates.
Confidence in real estate and the wider economy has increased for the third consecutive week.
A man from Lethbridge has had new charges brought against him over alleged breaches of securities laws relating to money raised from investors in real estate companies.
A consumer advocacy group are urging the federal government to take action to curb rising cellphone and internet bills saying that some people are choosing to cut back on food rather than communications.
Eighty-nine per cent of homes south of the border had equity by the end of last year.
It may be a controversial tactic, but one leading broker has established a rate buydown system specifically tailored to switching lenders at renewal. Dustan Woodhouse of Dominion Lending Centres explains.