Current housing affordability measures aren’t capturing the entire picture, according to one association that has developed its own index and provided solutions to addressing affordability in Canada’s overheated housing markets
Canadian retirees showed the greatest upward spike in the amount they borrowed as of Q4 2016, Equifax says
Agents across the country are applauding Quebec’s real estate board after it launched a class action lawsuit against a major for-sale-by-owner company, but some players argue the move is only one part of a much larger puzzle.
Opponents suggest double-ending represents little monetary gain for potentially large reputational losses, but just how little is that gain? REP does the math.
The push to hyper-specialize in a neighbourhood – or even on a particular street – may be reducing the influence of a big-name brokerage, although not for everyone, say some industry players.
The Canadian real estate market may be poised for transformation with the introduction of mobile-driven deposits, set to help agents and their clients avoid the snafus that too often scuttle deals.
In what will surely become a landmark move, the Québec Federation of Real Estate Boards (QFREB) has filed an application for authorization to institute a class action suit against a major for-sale-by-owner player in the province.
Payday loan companies can be of benefit to agents, says one industry veteran. But could their use indicate a bigger problem in an agent’s business?
Changes reflect greater focus on advocacy and core member services, says CEO Tim Hudak
Blue Pearl Mortgage Group Inc. is expanding its footprint once again, this time with services in Ontario
After Aviva Pitch Day presentation, Canadian real estate marketplace, Casalova poised for next level of growth