It appears that escalating housing prices have finally caught up with Vancouver
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.
It’s not just those that are looking to buy or sell property that are interested in the price of homes, many businesses keep an eye on prices as part of their hiring plans.
A lawyer involved in the deal between the federal government and the Indian Residential Schools has admitted he failed in his representation of aboriginals over Leduc’s Bellavera Green development.
One of the metrics used by homebuyers may be meaningless due to the tactics used by some realtors.
That’s right – it’s that time of year again, and MortgageBrokerNews is stepping back from its daily news reporting for the holidays.
Facebook isn’t just for personal use anymore; it is increasingly becoming a powerful component of a business’ overall marketing and digital strategy – and it is a lot easier to run a successful Facebook page for your business than you may think.
Real estate watchers across the country are holding their collective breath, waiting to see what disasters 2015 will bring to an overvalued market, but some agents say Canadians will more likely breathe a sigh of relief.
With more people wanting to live nearer the city core there is a growing interest in micro-condos.