One province is continuing to provide programs to help first-time home buyers jump into the market, and that’s great news for local brokers
Alberta’s housing market won’t see a repeat of the 1980s drubbing despite the slump in oil prices, a new internal federal government analysis has assured.
Brokers outside Canada’s two largest markets may have scoffed at the soaring prices, but players in two other cities may soon have to deal with the same sort of criticism.
With more and more brokers reporting a growing portfolio of alternative deals, is it time the industry got serious about education?
It’s no secret that sex sells, but one real estate agent may have taken it over the top with this listing video.
With business getting more competitive, are we set to see more brokerage mergers?
As the spring housing market gathers pace Canada’s largest private mortgage lender has spoken out against the recent record-low mortgage rate posted by Ontario credit union Meridian.
Banks and mortgage lenders may have more restrictions on their charges if the NDP gets its way.
Real gross domestic product (GDP) was unchanged in February following a 0.2 per cent decline in January.
The 2015 budget will not be a pleasant one for most in Newfoundland & Labrador.
Some may have scoffed at his $600,000 marketing budget that focused almost entirely on producing online leads, but one broker is now enjoying the fruits of his labour.