One province is continuing to provide programs to help first-time home buyers jump into the market, and that’s great news for local brokers
Being near good transport links is often a must-have for homebuyers and developers are prepared to ensure that their projects have the best transit facilities, even if they have to fund them.
South of the border the recovery in the housing market is showing better signs.
Home insurance is a no-brainer – but would anyone think to obtain coverage for building a million-dollar home with an ocean view on the wrong lot?
CMP research identifying turnaround times as brokers’ biggest gripe has lenders suggesting blame may ultimately rest with those same finger-pointing originators.
You have just had your new website finished and it is complete with all the very latest bells and whistles. It works on multiple devices, it looks good, and does everything a customer could possibly want. But what if it is all for nothing, if no one sees it?
With plenty of positive data still flowing Canadians are upbeat about the housing market, but some experts are now insisting that we’ve seen the peak and that the boom is over.
The value of land currently used as surface parking lots means that many of the lots are starting to disappear in favour of housing developments.
While it still leads Canada’s economies the falling oil prices are a concern for Alberta’s energy fuelled economy.
A Toronto couple are planning what many empty-nesters do, downsize from their family home now that the kids are all grown up.
New research suggests monolines continue to lose ground to the banks in an area that brokers now identify as the single-most important factor in originating deals.