Last week’s fixed-rate interest hikes at major banks—as well as the likely Bank of Canada prime increase on Wednesday—could spell bad news for Vancouver house hunters
Condo sales in Canada’s major cities – and the three metropolitans that CREA reports on – were way up in the full year 2014. And, despite sinking oil prices and uncertainty surrounding mortgage rates, analysts and agents alike say this year will hold more of the same.
The demand for condominiums in the Greater Toronto Area stayed strong at the end of last year according to the president of the local real estate board.
Investment in non-residential building construction reached $12.9 billion in the fourth quarter, up 0.3 per cent from the previous quarter.
The Alberta Premier Jim Prentice has not ruled out using sales tax as a way to plug the gap from falling oil revenues in the province.
One industry professional shared his insight into attaining financing for a type of property that many traditional lenders are shying away from.
December turned out to be an active month compared to the same month in 2013, as sales activity stood 7.9 per cent higher, according to stats released today by the Canadian Real Estate Association.
One financial services commission has issued a statement warning consumers about an unlicensed individual soliciting mortgages in a major real estate market.
The way we work is changing, and workplaces are changing with it. Experts have predicted the following trends to emerge or continue throughout 2015.
The growth in house prices slowed last month according to the Canadian Real Estate Association.
With the potential for a slower year ahead what will this mean for realtors’ commissions?