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The latest GDP figures released on Friday by Statistics Canada saw the Canadian dollar drop in value by around two-thirds of a cent.
It’ll be business as usual for brokers in 2015, according to recent CMHC data.
Brokers have often debated the issue of grow-op houses but what about haunted houses?
Work out your “hourly rate” – and ditch or delegate those tasks which don’t earn it, argues one expert.
Construction next year should be pretty much in line with 2014 according to new figures from the CMHC.
Data from CMHC has revealed predictions for house prices and sales levels over the next 2 years with most markets continuing to see price rises.
The most expensive house for sale in Canada is on the outskirts of Calgary; the first time for a while that the city has surpassed Toronto and Vancouver.
The Conference Board of Canada predicts that we’ll all have a little more money in our pockets in 2015.
While some brokers prefer one over the other, it's often best to evaluate on a client-by-client basis, says one player.
The hot market often blamed for a potential housing bubble has recorded record sales numbers once again, indicating that if said bubble exists it may only be getting bigger.