Two major Canadian markets have white-hot commercial sectors
The latest survey of payroll hours and earnings from Statistics Canada shows that real estate agents have seen the biggest gains in income in the past year.
Patrick Condon is the chairman of the University of BC’s urban design program and he believes that Vancouver’s current policy of building big developments away from the core downtown area isn’t necessarily the best option.
Weaker-than-expected GDP figures for July have hit the Canadian dollar, which has fallen to its lowest level since the end of March.
As expected, Nova Scotia has banned high-volume fracking except for testing and research purposes.
Brokers don’t mince words when it comes to banks’ collateral charge mortgage practices but a recent MortgageBrokerNews.ca poll shows just how prevalent they are in the mortgage broker industry as well.
It’s not for everyone, writes Anson Martin of Verico Fair Mortgage Solutions, but private financing can get the financing your client needs if the broker is willing to work for it.
The ways burnout manifests itself can range drastically – for some, its aggressive behaviour at work; for others, it’s downing a few extra glasses of wine at home.
The latest Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index shows that confidence in job security and the real estate market are edging higher.
A former analyst at the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says there is a strengthening link between the stock market and condo sales.
New figures from the National Realtors Association show that the number of contracts signed for existing US home sales fell in August.