Two major Canadian markets have white-hot commercial sectors
CBC’s Marketplace went undercover to one big bank to see how transparent it was about collateral mortgages and the fine print associated with them.
With another rate announcement around the corner, what are brokers expecting and how are they planning to capitalize on whichever decision the Bank of Canada makes?
While brokers have been slow to adopt a fairly new – and potentially lucrative – insurance product, Canadian credit unions are aggressively cashing in.
A surge in the number of homes listed for sale in Calgary in January eased last month.
Twenty-two percent of Canadians wrongly believe that their debt level is ‘average’ and 27.5 per cent are wrong in how they perceive debt.
Landlords have been quick to regain control of retail space they have leased to Target Canada.
In a trend that is not unique to Canada’s hottest housing market, construction and unabsorbed housing units increased across the country in January, according to the latest report released by CMHC.
Brokers are questioning how much foreign investment is expected to flood the Canadian housing market, despite one prediction from a major economist.
Reports that tied Alberta’s supposedly faltering real estate market to major energy-sector layoffs in the oil-rich province have been all but disproven with the latest StatsCan data.
Hundreds of Calgary householders got the chance to have their say on a proposal to allow more secondary suites, or mother-in-law suites, in four wards of the city.