Cities and affordable housing providers will find themselves with $11.2 billion more to spend on new and existing units over the coming decade, as part of the federal government's multi-pronged push to help people find homes
Condo developers are taking the lead when it comes to the needs of pet owners in Vancouver.
Condo owners in one development in Edmonton face the prospect of heavy fines or up to six months in jail if they fail to comply with a city order.
Broker opinion is split -- following news that CMHC is considering banks to pay a deductible before mortgage claims are paid out – with some believing the move will lead to more careful underwriting and others thinking it could result in higher fees for clients.
Licking your co-workers' faces would get you fired in most companies, but for a new hire at one North Sydney mortgage brokerage, it's in his job description.
When we talk about brokers selling successfully, it’s 95% people knowledge, 5% product knowledge, says Clifton Warren, principal at Corporate Eye Consulting.
Realtors say that the Chinese quest for prime real estate is pushing up prices in Vancouver to record highs.
The mountain town of Canmore is gaining popularity with purchasers of second homes.
Plans to revitalize the downtown area of Edmonton with a new entertainment arena are beginning to take shape.
In what the company is referring to as a “first” for the industry, one mortgage network has launched a consumer-facing web portal.
Brokers will likely experience a number of inquiries about sub-three per cent mortgages in the coming days, following the return of one major bank’s 2.99 per cent five year fixed rate.