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
Governor of the Bank of Canada Stephen Poloz spoke in London, Ont. Tuesday about reinventing central banking but he also tipped his cards about the possibility of a further rate cut next month.
A new report suggests consumer confidence dropped to its lowest point in Alberta last week, but agents on the ground can’t say the same.
Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz gave a speech at Western University yesterday but although he referred to the recent interest rate cut he was not giving any clues as to the next move.
Canadians are ignorant of their real level of debt according to a new poll.
In the short term a slowdown in the housing market can be worrying for homeowners and isn’t ideal for realtors either!
Alberta was expected to make a surplus but economic conditions cast doubt on the ability of finance minister Robin Campbell being able to end the fiscal year on a high.
Many of Canada’s foreign investors hail from China, but political uncertainty in other parts of the world could bring a wave of investment from two countries in particular.
Toronto hit a decades-old record for unsold condo units this January, as supply continues skyrocket. But what will this mean for prices and the health of the housing market as a whole?
When determining a property’s affordability, your clients will likely bee-line to the price tag, but it’s actually the month-to-month expenses that you should be directing them to.
The tighter lending restrictions introduced in 2012 may have had unfortunately consequences.