The tribulations surrounding a new NAFTA agreement illuminate a looming problem for Canadians
Debt will be an omnipresent factor in many Canadians' lives for a long time
A large West Coast city is proving that the real estate market is significantly steadier outside of Canada’s larger metropolitan areas.
The impact of the oil price slump, and subsequent drop in home sales, have hit another Canadian city hard, according to new MLS figures.
If January stats are to be believed, 2015 will be another year of rising property values, increasing sales and depleted listings.
Canada’s most expensive market is not ready to cool just yet, as January data paints a picture of steadily rising sales and ever-increasing average prices.
Calgary luxury market faces trouble... Rhodes family brokers continue grandfather's legacy in real estate... Sales spike as buyers weather the cold... Barrie market hot as sales rise...
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has hopped on the bandwagon, declaring Canada’s housing market overvalued, though it still predicts a “soft landing”.
Agents are preparing for the incoming changes to one province’s Condominium Act, which some industry players believe could spell the end of DIY condo sales.
One major market recorded its third best year for condo sales on record in 2014, and saw a marked increase year-over-year.
Finance Minister Joe Oliver has assured Canadians there is no housing bubble developing, despite record low interest rates that may entice some buyers to purchase more home than they can likely afford.
Book aims to break down property values... Edmonton feeling oil crunch on home sales... Vancouver prices continue to rise...
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