BCREA blames government policy for reduced sales
There was a drop in sales of new homes in the US in January according to new data from the U.S, Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Census Bureau
Real estate assets of Chinese insurance company Anbang are now under the control of the Chinese government which has accused the firm of "illegal business practices"
New data from Statistics Canada shows that non-farm payroll employees saw their average weekly wages increase by 2.3% in December compared to a year earlier. The consumer price index gained 1.9% over the same period
The largest commercial project ever seen in Halifax is home to more than 200 employees of the Bank of Montreal, and this week it will have its official grand opening
A former Calgary mortgage broker was jailed for 4.5 years Thursday after a court found him guilty of 23 counts of theft and fraud last year
Many of the housing-focused measures announced in the British Columbia budget this week will have a more muted impact than those implemented in recent years; but there will be a decline in both sales and prices
You would have to go back to before 2000 for a January where single-family newly-built home sales in the GTA were lower than last month.
The City of Vancouver has approved two new desperately needed rental housing developments
Canadians are worried about their jobs, their personal finances and the economy; but are more convinced that home prices will rise
The dream of a retirement without debt won’t be a reality for many Canadian seniors