The Moody's report determined how Canadian banks would fare should a housing collapse, like the one that catalysed the Great Recession, occur here
Brokers in one market are surely reaping the rewards as the market continues to boom, but how long is it expected to last?
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With the latest figures from CREA showing that house prices increased again in August; a 2.1 per cent rise year over year; you might expect that consumer confidence in the housing market would also be high but it’s not.
With a mayoral election looming there could be consensus on the hot topic of vacant housing in Vancouver.
We know that prices are increasing faster than incomes, and we know that market conditions are attracting people to become owners, but are too many people overstretching their household finances?
Brokers who lamented the early year slump have likely made up for the lost business, according to recent stats that point to continued strong summer sales.
One industry professional is questioning why many are calling for improved underwriting standards among the big banks.
Listening is not enough – you need to actively encourage your employees to contribute, with these simple exercises
In an industry full of big characters, it can be intimidating for quieter members to contribute. But that doesn’t mean they have nothing to say.
The latest figures from Teranet-National Bank House Price Index exceeded the historic average for August, with a 0.8 per cent increase for repeat sales of single-family homes.
The average Canadian household has increased its level of debt against disposable income.