Big bank answers tough mortgage and housing-related questions during its quarterly conference call against a backdrop of growing mortgage and real estate industry worries
If you’re looking to have a shorter commute then Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa may be poor choices for you.
Consumer confidence in the economy was on the rise again last week according to the latest Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index.
Those earning $150,000 or more in New Brunswick will find that they are in a new tax bracket following the province’s budget.
A new poll by CIBC has revealed that more and more Canadians are opting to lock in monthly payments, betting that mortgage rates won’t fall any further in the near future.
The biggest of the big banks has brought back its “employee pricing” on mortgages, but the industry argues brokers will be the biggest beneficiaries.
Canada’s real gross domestic product (GDP) fell 0.1 per cent in January due in part to sagging construction and diminishing output from real estate professionals.
At least two big banks are finally taking a page out of the broker playbook and focusing on product features instead of rate.
Calgary and Toronto have slipped slightly in a league table of international prosperity but both outrank the rest of North America.
Amazon has announced a new venture which gets the company involved in people’s homes in a way that it hasn’t before.
The federal tax cuts will leave less money in your pocket than you may have been expecting according to a BMO report.