A program in this week's federal budget to help first-time homebuyers, in fact, does them more harm than good
In its monetary policy report released yesterday the Bank of Canada admitted that some of our markets are far from a soft landing.
A new report suggests that we are far from the end of market growth, at least in some parts of Canada.
Developers are building more two-bedroom condos in response to the demand from families and young professionals.
This past summer, CMHC attempted to determine the percentage of condos in Canada that are owned by domestic investors, but it has recently admitted it still is unsure what percentage are owned by foreign investors.
One industry organization has proposed changes to the requirements for broker registration following a supreme court of British Columbia decision that determined an unregistered broker – who collected a $630,000 broker fee -- did not require registration.
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The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation admits it has little knowledge of the level of foreign investment in the real estate market but insists that it’s not a problem.
The property transfer tax introduced in Vancouver in the 80s is out of date and adding an unfair burden on buyers.
Calgary is booming with the ever-growing population driving increased construction in the city.
New data from the National Association of Realtors shows that the market south of the border continues to strengthen.