Canadians are taking on larger mortgages, but are they having trouble paying them down?
Other threats such as possible housing downturns also loom just beyond the horizon, TD Economics warns
City occupants looking for a taste of the bucolic existence are snapping up more and more listings for East Coast properties
Red-hot levels of demand now characterize the relatively more affordable condo sector in Toronto, according to an industry observer
New mortgage rules may sway a larger number of Canadians to choose variable rates, according to one broker. But should they?
Andrew Russell talks to MBN about the relatively steady real estate market of Red Deer, Alberta
Purchasing homes in Vancouver remains quite difficult for middle-class would-be buyers despite a recent slowdown in sales volume and price growth
With legalization just beyond the horizon, Pure Industrial Real Estate Trust is looking at adding the medical marijuana industry to its tenant roster
The recently re-launched Canadian Mortgage Hangout aims to hold the industry accountable, and its latest segment focused on what the industry's largest association is doing to ensure the channel's voice is heard by the government
While cheaper, variable-rate products are fundamentally more volatile, especially in the current economic climate
Strong economic fundamentals will keep making the Canadian commercial real estate sector attractive to investors, according to a recent analysis