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The outgoing boss of the Toronto-Dominion Bank says that Canada needs tighter lending rules to stem the high levels of consumer debt encouraged by the low interest rates.
In a few weeks time builders in Ottawa will be faced with increased municipal charges for their developments.
The Canada Revenue Agency has issued guidance to clarify when moving expenses can be offset against tax bills.
The National Association of Realtors in Florida has confirmed that Canadians are still the number one buyers of property in the state.
All is not as it seems in the Canadian housing market, according to one major economist who points to several vulnerable markets that may be lulling economists and the Bank of Canada into a false sense of optimism about the market, overall.
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.