Ephraim is currently a journalist at Mortgage Broker News, Real Estate Professional and Canadian Real Estate Wealth.
Ephraim is a highly accomplished news reporter whose work has been published across North America and the Asia Pacific region. Before joining Key Media, Ephraim spent eight years working as a journalist with Reuters TV. His areas of expertise include real estate, mortgage and finance.
HomEquity Bank to commemorate its 30th anniversary with a series of commercials featuring four-time Canadian and world figure skating champion Kurt Browning
Double-digit rises in sales volumes among Canadian housing supply chain retailers have been observed in the second quarter of the year
U.S. judge ruled in favor of Canada’s largest MLS vendor in a two-year courtroom battle against a duo of real estate photographers
Home inspectors’ group calls on the provincial government to institute a compulsory “cooling off period” after bidding to allow for inspections
More and more buyers in Vancouver are sidestepping inspections altogether so that they can win in their respective bids, a home inspectors’ group warns
In the near future, current mortgage qualification rules might complicate the already inflamed rate of growth in household debt, warns an analyst
Downward pressure on Canadian mortgage rates post-Brexit might also lead to less-than-stable household incomes, warns an analyst
The popular narrative of foreign buyers engaging in bidding wars that add fuel to the country’s red-hot housing markets "doesn’t hold up" to scrutiny, argues a Toronto-based analyst
Over half of the survey respondents fear that they will overspend on their property renovation and improvement projects
Award from the CPRS focused on the OREA’s successful use of public relations to influence both policy regimes and popular opinion on the MLTT
The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market
A local realtor in Mississauga donated $23,000 on July 24 to benefit the family of 5 year old Erica Castrillon
EXIT Realty Corp. International will be part of Habitat for Humanity Canada’s biggest build project ever