The sector's vacancy rate is the key to the city’s economic vitality.
Coalition Avenir Québec leader François Legault says Liberals’ involvement in fiscal controversy is nothing new
One mortgage broker took a rate shopper to court and will be compensated for the detailed work he did
New rules burden middle-class would-be home buyers unnecessarily, says an observer.
Would-be buyers continue to look ways to get around the ever-increasing housing costs in Toronto
Lenders to the project are expected to be paid out by early December
Don’t blame TD for being the first to act, argues one veteran, but do expect further interruption to the industry that will make mortgages more expensive for the consumer
Financial observer disputes analysts’ views of the Canadian real estate sector not facing the same risks as U.S. housing did prior to the 2008 crash
More expensive homes and less stable jobs represent a potent cocktail that will adverse the national economy over the next few decades
Analysts say that Wynne’s stance is sensible as foreign money is not yet a major player in Toronto real estate
Exclusive interview of a mortgage broker specializing in self-employed professionals