The once-hot real estate market cooled considerably in 2017, and with Guideline B20 on the horizon, all indications are that it will stay that way
A new study has revealed that the average office employee receives a staggering 1,738 inane emails every year – many of which would be better expressed in person.
Listings are up while sales plunge.
Although an interest rate cut has the potential to increase consumer spending some analysts are suggesting this time will be different.
South of the border figures from the National Association of Realtors show that sales of existing homes increased in December by 2.4 per cent.
The biggest news wasn’t the rate cut; it was the way in which the central bank implemented it – and what it may signify for future interest rates, according to one industry leader.
FSCO and the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA) clarified their position on syndicated mortgages in a joint statement released Wednesday.
That’s the message being delivered by Kate Nankivell, whose LinkedIn and social selling business Force of Nature has evolved to help business people get the most out of the professional networking platform.
The Bank of Canada lowers interest rates and mortgages get cheaper right? Not necessarily.
Canadian households spent an average of $58,592 on goods and services in 2013, up 4.1 per cent from 2012.
When local house prices and rents become too unaffordable it can lead people to opt for unconventional solutions.