Cities and affordable housing providers will find themselves with $11.2 billion more to spend on new and existing units over the coming decade, as part of the federal government's multi-pronged push to help people find homes
Housing policy has been fractured and, at times, contradictory; one influential professional is arguing in favour of a more unified approach to addressing the issues
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Homebuyers in Canada’s larger city centres are wising up to the fact that home prices aren’t about to tumble, sending February sales through the roof.
There has been much speculation since the Bank of Canada’s surprise rate cut in late January, but have the predictions come true?
As agents are increasingly forced to compete for a shrinking pool of clients, some sales reps are calling for the regulation of their part-time counterparts. But is that ever likely to happen?
With cut commissions, rebate programs, and other pricing strategies taking over the market, how can traditional agents prove the value of their services? REP readers have their say.
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