Hamilton’s LRT system featured heavily in local realtors’ sales pitches. Now that the plug has been pulled, how are they adjusting?
More than half of Canadians are feeling pressured by stricter mortgage regulations
Study: Houses could costs $4-million in Vancouver by 2030... Target, Future Shop closings to impact Winnipeg retail market?... Edmonton sales down but prices go up...
In a stark contrast to Calgary’s housing market drop-off, two key cities in a western province reported strong sales during the month of March.
After postponing the federal budget in mid-January, Finance Minister Joe Oliver has scheduled the budget for Tuesday, April 21.
Believe it or not, many parts of the country still face a buyers’ market where listing agents are increasingly going to extreme lengths to get a sale done – but the latest trend might be going a little far.
Victoria housing market on the rise... Calgary home prices slide for second straight month... Last Target store to close April 12...
Average home prices in one key Canadian market have declined by nearly one per cent in the first quarter of 2015 – new stats confirming a buyer’s market.
If you’re looking for those guilty of breaking TREB’s new rules on sharing sold-data, you need look no further than a growing number of agent flyers.
Baby boomers leaving the workforce are re-entering as real estate agents, a career choice set to swell industry numbers with surprisingly committed and aggressive part-timers.
A tougher market ahead has agents struggling to go beyond sales patter to provide increasingly high-level advice to increasingly sophisticated clients.
GDP falls; real estate industry partly to blame... Oil slump makes Canadian REITs a bargain... Oil towns struggling as sales continue to drop...
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