New housing rules may not be enough to slow down this bustling market, as international and home-grown developers set their sights on growth
Rising home sales in Toronto and Vancouver may give support to those saying the federal government may tighten mortgage rules once again.
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The country’s hottest housing market is trending to levels not seen since the last recession, according to one major bank.
There was something of a turnaround in house prices in March following decline in February.
The International Monetary Fund has downgraded its outlook for Canada’s economy.
Canadians are finding the combination of a weaker loonie and increasing prices are making the popular snowbird market of Miami unaffordable.
Real estate company Royal Le Page has been named 2015 Outstanding Corporate Citizen by the Canadian Franchise Association and becomes the first real estate agency to achieve the accolade.
It's the sort of news brokers hate to hear, with one organization raising the issue of further mortgage rule changes.
With increased competition among banks and credit unions, one professional believes the move to a fee-only model could be the key to keeping brokers on top.