The Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals believes that as interest rates rise, so too will insolvency filings
Ontario is to allow construction of wooden buildings of six storeys.
A Toronto condo owner has launched a class-action lawsuit against a developer over inconsistent water temperatures.
An increasing number of firms are seeking a communal feel to their new office premises.
Brokers advised an investor client – who closed two deals in one day -- to not disclose the second planned property purchase to the lender as a work-around for one lending rule.
The Bank of Canada believes regulation and supervision – not monetary policy – are the keys to aiding economic recovery. Is this a hint at further housing finance tightening?
Cultivating a healthy and happy team of brokers brimming with enthusiasm is an admirable goal. But are we trying to achieve the impossible?
A report from the Calgary Real Estate Board suggests that September could set a new high for MLS sales.
Twenty-somethings are the first generation to be financially worse off than their parents.
There are signs that the interest rates may stay low for some time to come.
Investors are scaling back their involvement in the US property market but this is unlikely to mean a return to dark days for the market.