Those hoping to become first-time buyers in the Greater Toronto Area are under increasing pressure as soaring rents make saving for a downpayment tougher
The new housing program to help first-time buyers in British Columbia is not a risk to already-high home prices, the province’s housing minister insists
Ontario credit union and mortgage lender Meridian has expanded its network with the opening of a second branch in Richmond Hill.
Crowdfunding has become a popular way to finance all kinds of businesses and projects -- and now it has reached Canadian real estate
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation data shows that the trend measure of housing starts was 196,565 units in August compared to 185,642 in July
Residential building permit applications increased by 8.7% in value terms in July, reaching $5 billion, but down from the 16.7% increase seen in June
A new survey warns that many Canadians have little in the way of savings for their retirement and almost half are living paycheque to paycheque
A poll of consumer sentiment, taken before the latest decision on interest rates, shows that Canadians remain wary about aspects of the economy