Real estate sales in Canada are trending upward and it's likely an indication that consumers have come to grips with B-20
With the latest assessments starting to arrive in mailboxes many Vancouverites are seeing large growth in the assessed value of their homes.
The economy heads into the New Year in uncertain territory with energy sector revenues on shaky ground and continued speculation about interest rates.
A new website aims to help potential homebuyers make one of the most important decisions when buying a home – which neighbourhood to live in -- and its founder believes mortgage brokers offer "major opportunity".
Mobile technology is quickly becoming the next frontier in real estate and 2015 is the perfect time to jump aboard the mobile wave.
Analysis of recent StatsCan data shows that building permits issued in October for Vancouver’s Lower Mainland-Southwest region exceeded $1 billion, setting a new record.
As we head into 2015 Canadians are making a resolution to tackle their household debt.
December’s MLS figures for Calgary show that 40 properties sold for above $1 million.
The weekly Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index is ending the year in gloomy mood with its lowest reading since May 2013.
Commercial real estate in Calgary and the surrounding areas is set to suffer a downturn as a result of the low oil prices.
The loonie is at a low against the US dollar, dipping by margins last seen during the financial crisis and analysts predict that will continue well into 2015.