Younger homeowners lack confidence in the face of mounting financial pressure, according to a recent report
There was a slight drop in Canada’s house prices in December according to the latest Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index.
Home prices will increase by around 2.9 per cent nationally but the slowdown in the oil industry is likely to mean more than one provincial story.
The volume of home sales in Calgary is predicted to ease by 4 per cent during this year due to economic uncertainty but prices will remain “relatively stable.”
Reverse mortgages are gaining in popularity across the country, as evidenced by one major lender’s record originations in 2014.
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One provincial broker organization announced the appointment of five professionals to its board of directors.
Presenting to a smaller audience requires a very different approach to a crowd.
A report by the Conference Board of Canada has sparked reaction from other economists and Alberta’s premier.
The office market in Ottawa, which ended 2014 with a near-record high vacancy rate, is set for a shake up.
While Canadians may be wary of the outlook for the economy, as shown by recent polls, it’s done little to dampen the appetite for debt.