Canadians now owe an average of $1.79 for every dollar of disposable income
There are frequent calls for more data to be made available especially in terms of assessing the potential for corrections in the market but is it really in the best interests of the industry?
Updates to the condominium laws in Alberta are on hold after the province ended the current legislative session and announced a new one that will start in November.
Despite concerns raised by Avison Young of over-supply in the Toronto office sector, which they say could become a big issue by 2017, there is some good news for the office market.
Brokers believe Canada's smartest real estate investors will see through one industry player's recent doomsday stance.
With all the talk of a potential US-style housing crash, it’s about time to check in with our American neighbours and see just how well their market is recovering. The answer may shock you.
You may have a clear business plan, but is everyone in your brokerage on board? According to Converge Consulting principals Ty Wiggins and Wayne Condon, a failure to execute strategies successfully remains the Achilles heel of many Australian businesses.
An Edmonton portfolio manager is so sure there will be a crash in the housing market that he’s written a book on how to survive it.
Could Toronto’s commercial real estate sector be in danger from over-supply?
Data for existing home sales may have taken a hit in August south of the border, but the same isn’t so for new homes.
Largely unknown in North America but popular in parts of Europe, drive-thru grocery stores could be the biggest change in retail for a generation.