Having reached a major milestone, First Financial talked to us about what the future holds for the industry and the market
Prices and sales in Canada’s hottest markets all but rule out the possibility that they’re on the verge of the soft landing gripping much of the country.
There was an 8.3 per cent increase in condo sales in the Greater Toronto Area in the last quarter of 2014 compared to a year earlier.
Saskatoon’s multi-family unit sector is on a high with plenty of investment in the sector.
Investors want property in Vancouver and some are willing to pay a high premium for it.
Real estate markets in Canada are seeing overall stability with respect to investment returns, says a new report – except in one province.
The federal government decision to step in with tighter mortgage rule changes may increasingly rest on the performance of one market now raising alarm bells.
Brokers now know what the near future holds for rates -- following the Bank of Canada’s decision to hold its overnight rate at ¾ per cent – but what can they expect in the longer-term? Several big bank economists weigh in.
Condo price growth appears to defy a spike in the supply of those units, sparking questions about how much longer brokers can expect strong sales to continue.
Home sales for the first 14 days of April have increased in the Greater Toronto Area but new listings remain low.
While Alberta’s economic concerns over the oil industry continue it seems that the situation is good news for neighbours in British Columbia.