The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area suffers from scarcity of “missing middle” housing, and the Toronto Real Estate Board fears unsustainable price growth will ensue if the problem isn’t rectified
The latest Bloomberg Nanos Confidence Index shows that we’re becoming more cautious about growth in the housing market.
A report from BMO shows that 30 per cent of Canadians are struggling with their month-to-month finances; living paycheck to paycheck or spending more than they earn.
It’s about time, say brokers upon hearing the news that more transparency will be required of their major bank competitors going forward.
CMP’s annual charity spotlight issue isn’t until December but one major network is getting ahead of the game and hosting a “Dream Gala” for the ages in October.
It’s not about the letters after your name, it’s about the people you meet, a new guide suggests.
With little or no cooling of house prices in our major markets economists continue to question whether the current situation is sustainable.
A new condo unit has broken the city’s record for an MLS sale.
A blog on Tumblr highlights the many attractive properties in Vancouver that are currently sitting vacant.
A new undergraduate real estate program at Ryerson University in Toronto this fall brings the total number of similar programs in Canada to three.
Brokers continue to put forth arguments against moving to a trailer fee-based commission structure, with one broker pointing to the potential for dishonest brokers to withhold paying associates the proper commission.