Pricy properties hit the market following last month’s Ontario mortgage plan
The ability of foreign investors to put their money into Canada’s real estate has been strengthened by current economic conditions.
Brokers have a tough enough time competing with the banks, and one industry professional believes tied selling -- going by a different name -- continues to skew the playing field.
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Gord Dahlen has been appointed to the position of VP retail banking distribution for CFF Bank.
More experts are joining the voices calling for a further cut in interest rates when the Bank of Canada announces its decision next month.
A new 55 storey tower could become the tallest building in Ottawa in the coming years after the city’s planners gave it their approval.
Real estate company Colliers will split from its parent firm FirstService Corp and will have a new name.
A poll by the Bank of Montreal found that 46 per cent of Canadians who hold a credit card have debt on the account.
A major bank is forecasting a drastic drop in home sales in one province, but anecdotal broker evidence may prove that some of the lost business can be made up through refinances.
Three out of the five major banks have now predicted further rate cuts to come from the Bank of Canada, though this one doesn’t expect these record rates to last long.