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
Having your brokerage support a charity isn’t just good for the soul. It makes great business sense.
In a client note the Bank of Montreal suggests that the huge growth in condo development and sales in Toronto may be coming to an end.
It’s not just condo construction that has slowed in Toronto; the pace of rentals has also eased.
New figures from StatsCan show that Calgary is new home prices in Calgary are growing by the biggest amounts in Canada.
The two main contenders to become Mayor of Vancouver are being challenged to table policies that will tackle the issue of home affordability in the city.
Calls to CMHC from one leading economics professor to disclose details about the risks in its portfolio have been denied under the guise that the information is commercially sensitive.
Healthy debate ensued among brokers, following a story about one big bank’s IRD calculations and the penalties in charges, with several calling into question the transparency provided by some lenders.
Great leaders inspire, motivate and engage their teams, and they often do so by leading by passionate example. What surprising traits and qualities do the most powerful leaders generally possess, and how can you use these qualities to inspire your brokering team to reach great heights?
The latest figures from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation show an uptick in the pace of housing starts.
A new report shows that 51 per cent of Toronto’s residents were born outside Canada, highlighting the cosmopolitan nature of the city.