Canadians now owe an average of $1.79 for every dollar of disposable income
Home sales dropped in 60 per cent of markets in January, marking the first year-over-year decline since April 2014.
A Supreme Court of Canada ruling has taken “two incremental steps” that will change the way real estate contracts are written and acted upon.
Condos helped bolster impressive housing starts to kick off the year -- much to the surprise of some of the big banks -- meaning brokers will have more options for clients looking to cash in on record-low rates.
Building more townhouses would help to ease the pressure on the housing market in Vancouver according to a new report.
Home builders in Alberta are expecting a decline of around 15 per cent from 2014 levels according to a sample poll of Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Alberta members.
Home prices in Spryfield have seen better growth than the rest of the Halifax area.
Sometimes the only option to close the deal is the one most brokers push back against at almost all costs.
Brokers across Canada will have even more funding options, following the announcement that one major lender is expanding its network.
Brokers operating in an increasingly lucrative segment are in for a busy year, according to one major company operating in the space.
Here are six ways to re-ignite the workforce fire.