According to the Canadian Real Estate Association, national home sales will hit a near decade-low in 2019, as mortgage stress testing and rising interest rates prohibit people from entering the market
It seems to be an inbuilt part of the human psyche that draws us to the sea; not necessarily in it but certainly within view.
Times are changing; when once condo owners wanted cool cafes and bars nearby, now the thrifty Canadian homeowner wants to be able to pick up groceries without too much of a journey.
Experts say that if a home is older than the 1990’s then there’s a fair chance of asbestos being present somewhere.
While many have called for CMHC to leave mortgage insurance in the hands of private corporations, one industry player believes relying solely on the free market to limit exposure could lead to economic problems.
Good rates in the spring can be thanked for an influx in broker business but is the trend set to continue?
Managers of Reddit: What was the most ridiculous, most exaggerated excuse an employee gave that turned out to be true?
We’ve been hearing it for a while, it’s been denied by officials and ignored by many homeowners… but a growing number of economists are now predicting a bubble that will burst.
There are fears in Edmonton that there may be too much supply in the construction sector, especially in commercial property.
There are many similarities between the housing market in Canada and that of Australia; low interest rates, affordability issues, overvaluation and foreign investment.
Imagine arranging the mortgage on this one, a $33 million condo in the Toronto Trump hotel.