Foreign buyers play a limited part in condo sales activity in the Greater Toronto Area but investors play a key role in the market according to a new report from Urbanation
New mortgage regulations introduced by the federal government are likely to slow down the housing market, ratings agency DBRS says. However, while income and population growth continue, it is not predicting a major impact
The chief economist of Royal Bank of Canada’s asset management division says there is a 35 per cent chance that the BoC will make a further cut in interest rates in the coming months.
The Right to Housing Charter Coalition’s bid to bring the government to court, to answer the argument that affordable housing is a human right and ultimately to implement a provincial and national housing strategy, has been rejected by the Supreme Court.
A report by Survey Sampling International shows that homeowners in British Columbia nearly always use a realtor when buying or selling.
The level and impact of foreign investment in Canada’s homes has been brought into question by two economists at CIBC.
The weakened Canadian dollar is proving to be good news for the cottage housing sector.
A brand new seaside home in Nova Scotia has been given an official assessment of just $1 after the owner found a Mi’kmaq axe in the two acre grounds.