The mortgage industry's best and brightest were recognized and celebrated at the 12th annual Canadian Mortgage Awards at Toronto’s Liberty Grand—and what a Friday night bash it was
The chief executive of the Royal Bank of Canada says that there could be a price drop of as much as 15 per cent when interest rates rise.
Credit agency Fitch has downgraded the long-term debt rating for Ontario over concerns that the provincial government may not hit targets for balancing the budget.
Realtors in Washington State are reporting an uptick in interest from Chinese buyers especially in high-end properties.
Alternative lenders’ market share has grown to record levels in 2014, according to new data from one major bank.
Brokers are already speculating about what, if any, measures will be taken to slow the housing market, following Joe Oliver’s statement that he is keeping a close eye on real estate in Canada. But one oft-mentioned ploy should be avoided, according to one industry player.
Anyone who’s had to sift through a teetering pile of CVs will have undoubtedly come across a ridiculous resume or two but have you seen anything as bad as these?
As the year draws to a close the resales market in Calgary is looking ‘balanced’ according to new analysis from the Conference Board of Canada.
It’s been a boom time for new jobs in Alberta in the past year but new predictions from TD Economics are for a slower pace in 2015.
Police say they have uncovered a complex mortgage-fraud scheme.
The number of people receiving regular Employment Insurance benefits in October was 491,400, little changed from the previous month, according to new StatsCan figures.