Big bank answers tough mortgage and housing-related questions during its quarterly conference call against a backdrop of growing mortgage and real estate industry worries
A new condo unit has broken the city’s record for an MLS sale.
A blog on Tumblr highlights the many attractive properties in Vancouver that are currently sitting vacant.
A new undergraduate real estate program at Ryerson University in Toronto this fall brings the total number of similar programs in Canada to three.
Brokers continue to put forth arguments against moving to a trailer fee-based commission structure, with one broker pointing to the potential for dishonest brokers to withhold paying associates the proper commission.
Complete the following sentence: “I wish I had more time for ...” Following that, complete this sentence: “I know I sometimes waste time on ...”
The Economist has revealed data that shows that Canada’s real estate is some of the most overvalued in the world; by around 25 per cent in fact.
August was a slower month for real estate after a vibrant July but now that Labour Day has been and gone things are already shaping up for a busy fall.
It’s a trend that’s been seen in New York and has sparked criticism and now it’s also being seen in Toronto.
Credit agency Equifax says that Canadians are increasing their debt levels, fuelled by mortgages and personal loans.
A major broker gripe about a big bank mortgage policy has finally been addressed by Finance Minister Joe Oliver and more transparency about the practice is forthcoming.