Two days before Christmas; two FSCO warnings
The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) has had a busy year trying to expose unlicensed mortgage providers and just days before 2015, they’re as busy as ever – this time warning the public about two separate individuals.
What? Cancel Christmas?
Bah humbug! In December 1908, the insurance industry declared war on Christmas.
Got some time off? Put some time into maximizing your LinkedIn
The holidays are a time to enjoy family, give generously, get “merry” on eggnog and … work on upping your social media game. LinkedIn is the ultimate business persons’ platform, but are you utilizing it to its fullest? Barry MacQuarrie, jack-of-all-trades technology consultant shares his insights.
Toronto condo constructions hit new record
Construction of condos in the Greater Toronto Area has ended the year on a high.
Canadians less optimistic of growing house prices
The latest figures from the Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index show growing pessimism over property prices.
US existing home sales fall but first-timers increasing
Home resales south of the border have fallen to a six-month low according to new data.
Four charged in mortgage fraud ring
Four people have been charged with money laundering and fraud after millions were lost in a complex mortgage fraud scheme, according to Calgary police.
A sign of things to come in sales trends?
Canada’s hottest market is set to close out a record year, with average prices eclipsing all-time highs. But sales figures tell two different stories.
The five best ways to build a business website
Regardless of what service you’re selling, having a good website is integral to ensuring the ongoing success of your business but for many professionals it can be hard to know where to start. Here, online entrepreneur Peter Zaborszky discusses the five best ways to build a website.
RBC chief says we could see prices drop 15 per cent
The chief executive of the Royal Bank of Canada says that there could be a price drop of as much as 15 per cent when interest rates rise.