New home prices spike in May while sales slip following release of Ontario’s housing plan
British Columbia is set to shine this year with economic growth higher than previously forecast.
Confidence in the economy continues to slide according to the latest Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index.
In a first for the industry, one major broker network has added an in-house economist to its team.
Brokers are increasingly taking on the role of advisor for their clients, and a new study will better help them with consulting on debt management and repayment strategies.
Joe Perri, managing director of Joe Perri & Associates on what PR is really all about.
Paying down debt may seem like the best idea but if that’s at the expense of retirement funds it may be a bad decision.
Across the world cities are failing to meet the needs of their people according to the inaugural Sustainable Cities Index from consultancy firm Arcadis.
At the height of the financial crisis as the US housing market crashed badly many Canadians were able to pick up some bargain properties south of the border.
Brokers are already feeling the effects of tighter lending in one major market.
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