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
Oil prices might be sinking, but they’re not taking the housing market with them.
It’s one of life’s little ironies, but agents are just as susceptible to the dangers of self-employment as the next guy – namely the kind that scuttles homeownership.
Commission cutters, FSBOs, discount brokerages – oh my! But one industry player says successful agents already have the tools they need to keep ahead of the pack.
Love it or hate it, networking is an important piece of the puzzle for successful real estate agents. Here’s why you should add it to your list of resolutions for 2015.
Agents aren’t being insensitive in dismissing handicap-focused search terms for the MLS, instead arguing the move would just make the search portal even more confusing.
In a first for CMHC, the Crown corporation has asked property managers in its Rental Market Survey to disclose what percentage of units are owned by foreign investors.
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