The sector's vacancy rate is the key to the city’s economic vitality.
New rules might lead to reduced competition for the Big Six, markets observer predicts
Improved supply had little effect in cooling down the rental markets in Vancouver and Toronto
Lenders from across the country converged in Vancouver this weekend for Mortgage Professionals Canada’s annual conference. We spoke to a number of them about planned product launches for the New Year
Syndicated mortgages continue to make headlines, with reports of payment delays leading some to call for a change in regulation. Has it reached that point? Have your say today by taking our poll.
The CEO of an urban environment management firm says that Canada offers a safe haven that the U.S. commercial markets can’t match
Analyst argues that renting is a more financially sensible option in an age of static incomes and ever-growing costs
Demographic shifts along with an influx of buyers from outside the city have been influencing the Hamilton market recently
Broker networks cutting out technology middle-men? That could become a reality, according to one lending veteran
Much of the province’s strength can be attributed to Toronto’s prices, local agents say
Millennials are the most financially at-risk cohort today, the study adds