As the mortgage industry continues evolving, so too is the technology that helps brokers close their deals faster
Many real estate markets are out of reach for first-time buyers, and new data suggests that those upgrading to more-expensive homes struggle just as much.
The increasing number of vacant homes in Vancouver is to be tackled by a new initiative announced over the weekend by the City of Vancouver’s chief housing officer.
Montreal condo buyers couldn’t wait to get their hands on a development of condos partly owned by local hockey team the Canadiens.
The elite of the building industry in Calgary and the surrounding area celebrated their successes on Saturday.
The office market in Edmonton is booming with new supply tempting residents of older buildings to move their businesses.
The departure of several big-box stores – including Target, Future Shop and Sony, among others – had several brokers concerned about filling such large spaces, but a new report by Colliers International suggests e-commerce retail operations could readily take over those properties.
In an email to Atlantic-based mortgage brokers, obtained by MortgageBrokerNews.ca, the Canadian Mortgage Brokers Association addressed a number of broker concerns.
One Toronto-based business school professor is sounding the alarm for high ratio homebuyers.
Brokers often complain about slow deal turnaround times, but one industry partnership will look to speed up the underwriting process for monolines.
The effect of the weakened oil industry has resulted in a collapse of Calgary’s condo market according to a new report.