Canadians' prospects for higher purchasing power in the near-future are looking bright so far
Recent rule changes have put undue pressure on the industry, writes Trevor Daly, and the government needs to listen to brokers before implementing further regulation
Will the rule changes imperil the future health of housing market?
Sales are falling in Toronto following government intervention – but will that prompt less dedicated brokers to step aside?
One year after mortgage regulations were updated by the federal government, one broker network speaks out about the impact they have had
Year-to-date sales remain strong despite a slightly more modest August
While August ended a four-month streak of declines, DLC says that Canadian housing activity continues to underperform
A broker for 30 years, Bill Macklem has seen it all – from the housing crash of the 1980s to the economic recession of 2008, and a bevy of mortgage rule changes in between
Non-residential investment in the province continues to fall, but construction sector is enjoying the fruits of accelerated pace of residential building
Slowdown attributed to first-time buyers’ increasing preference for semi-detached products