There has been a surge of interest in Canadian real estate from south of the border following Donald Trump’s election as US president
The lowest-paid workers in Quebec are to get an increase, the provincial government announced Thursday
All housing types in the Greater Toronto Area saw an increase in August, according to new figures from the Toronto Real Estate Board.
While official figures show a technical recession for the first half of 2015, it seems Canadians were not put off from borrowing.
There was a 6.6% increase in sales through the Ottawa Real Estate Board MLS in August compared to the same period in 2014.
Sales of homes in Greater Vancouver were up by 21.3% in July compared to a year earlier but down 15.5% from June
Canada’s largest mortgage institution has announced a record number of originations in July
The weekly Canadian Confidence Index from Bloomberg and Nanos Research shows that sentiment is still at a near one-year low and real estate is weighing heavily on Canadians’ minds