It’s been a long-time coming, but Ontario’s government has finally made good on its promise to address affordability in the province. Have your say
Data for existing home sales may have taken a hit in August south of the border, but the same isn’t so for new homes.
Largely unknown in North America but popular in parts of Europe, drive-thru grocery stores could be the biggest change in retail for a generation.
FSCO has issued a warning to Canadians about syndicated mortgages.
A mortgage broker has pleaded guilty for his participation in an insider trading case. And the lengths he went to destroy evidence are quite creative.
Professionally and personally, the secret to high performance and satisfaction is a sense of control, creativity and contribution. For leaders, the lesson is clear: facilitate these key criteria in your brokerage and you’ll foster a motivated and loyal team.
Ontario is to allow construction of wooden buildings of six storeys.
A Toronto condo owner has launched a class-action lawsuit against a developer over inconsistent water temperatures.
An increasing number of firms are seeking a communal feel to their new office premises.
Brokers advised an investor client – who closed two deals in one day -- to not disclose the second planned property purchase to the lender as a work-around for one lending rule.
The Bank of Canada believes regulation and supervision – not monetary policy – are the keys to aiding economic recovery. Is this a hint at further housing finance tightening?