New housing rules may not be enough to slow down this bustling market, as international and home-grown developers set their sights on growth
In what brokers hope is a precedent, media pressure appears to have saved a borrower from the hefty discharge costs associated with a collateral mortgage.
We asked readers if bank specialists were as skilled as brokers, and the results are in.
A leading real estate agent is attempting to silence criticism that bank referral incentives influence where his industry sends clients for mortgage support.
Homes are selling fast in Toronto according to BMO economist Robert Kavcic.
A new report looks into who is buying the luxury homes in Canada’s big cities and reveals some interesting insights.
New data from realtors in Winnipeg shows that there are more MLS listings in the area now than at any time since 1995.
Finance minister Joe Oliver has tabled a bill to commit the federal government to a balanced budget, a move certain to become law with the Conservatives’ majority.
One broker believes clients now putting less than 10 per cent down will be more overleveraged than those who purchased with zero down.
A Genworth report highlighting the financial responsibility of first-time buyers appears to contradict the insurer’s move to increase costs for those buyers.
Toronto’s real estate market during the month of March was impacted by the oldest story in the book: that of limited supply and skyrocketing demand.