Canadians are taking on larger mortgages, but are they having trouble paying them down?
Realtors and brokers in the Edmonton area are undeterred by falling oil prices and are optimistic that the market will continue to grow.
Just 326 more sales would have set a new home sales record for the Greater Toronto Area in 2014.
Ottawa Real Estate Board says that the region had a stable year in 2014 despite the weaker condo sector.
First time buyers have something of a mountain to climb these days with price increases pushing the amount needed for a downpayment higher during last year.
One industry player is advising brokers to not only focus on helping clients with debt management, but to write about it as well.
The numbers are in and one of Canada’s hottest housing markets neared record sales in 2014.
Vancouver’s hot housing market has finally hit the milestone many prospective buyers feared, with the benchmark price of a detached home rising to more than $1 million in December, but agents say that’s not exactly par for the course.
There was a 46 per cent rise in the number of condos selling for $1 million or more in the Greater Toronto Area last year.
The slowdown in the energy sector is beginning to affect the real estate market in Alberta.
The potential for a provincial boom from proposals to export liquefied natural gas has led to growth in property values in northwest BC.