First-time homebuyers in one market now have government down payment assistance
The Bank of Canada may have been largely positive about the economy but Stephen Poloz’ statement yesterday in which he announced that the interest rate will stay at 1 per cent also raised concern about the level of household debt.
The timescale and cost of home approvals varies widely in Metro Vancouver depending on the location.
The real estate and insurance industries should collaborate to help tackle the impact of climate change.
Following a FSCO warning about an unlicensed syndicated mortgage referral website, one industry leader suggests there needs to be more clarity when it comes to these arrangements.
The Bank of Canada announced today it will hold its interest rate at one per cent, despite the economy showing signs of recovery.
The holiday season – no matter what you celebrate – is the perfect time to get in front of your clients, prospects and others in your circle of influence, gently reminding them that, yes, you’re still in the business.
The Alberta government is proposing some changes to the province’s condominium laws but there are concerns that the laws will be too weak.
The total of MLS sales in Saskatoon for this year has passed $2 billion for the first time.
New figures from The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver show that, excluding the most expensive properties, the benchmark price of a typical detached home is now close to $1 million.
The weekly Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index has seen a rise as sentiment increases in personal finances, the economy and real estate prices.