How will the tech-driven company affect the role of Canadian real estate agents?
Will the changes really help Canadians borrow more?
Homelessness is the grim reality for many of those who have just arrived at Canada
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation has reduced Vancouver’s real estate market to moderately vulnerable from “highly vulnerable,” a designation it carried for three years
National household mortgage balance grew at its fastest pace since 2017
While working on a task or project, we may think what we’re working on isn’t good enough
The future of work is changing. According to McKinsey around half of the job tasks that people currently perform have the potential to be automated by technology. What kind of work will be left for humans to do?
A recent report from Zoocasa about property taxes in Ontario cities is catching flack from all corners, and according to Claude Boiron, it speaks to a larger, disquieting trend in the real estate industry
The European experience shows that the private sector should play a major part in purpose-built rentals
A new online book by a Toronto real estate veteran not only explains why homeownership in the region will be more precarious for future generations, it also offers solutions
Pre-sales have proven to be far more challenging to acquire in the current environment
According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the national housing market is moderately vulnerable, however, the same cannot be said of three cities
A revolution designed to raise the bar for the entire Real Estate Industry.
Two American companies have recently decided to setup shop north of the border, bringing both excitement and trepidation to the Canadian real estate scene
Global real estate brand continues Canadian expansion with its first Whistler brokerage