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
Average Canadian wage increases for non-unionized employees will be 2.2 per cent for 2017 as economic uncertainty sways employers’ decisions
The Real Estate Council of British Columbia has welcomed the appointment of as the province’s new superintendent of real estate Micheal Noseworthy
While interest rates may be low, with little expectation of that changing anytime soon, an increasing number of Canadians do not believe that it’s a good time to buy a home
Frequent headlines highlighting the sharp gains in home prices in Vancouver and Toronto have not dampened the optimism of those seeking a more modestly-priced home
Former Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper has joined the board of real estate firm Colliers International Group Inc.
Canadians keep on borrowing as low interest rates make credit more attractive