The official nationwide legalization of recreational cannabis is merely a few hours away, and realty groups continue to vocalize concerns with regards to home cultivation and possible property damage. Under the new laws, Ontario homeowners will be permitted to grow…
Canadian real estate prices are still at record highs, but there has been a shift in the market that has some Canadians wondering what’s going to happen next. Let’s quickly recap on some recent happenings before we update you on the current market conditions:
CREA has hiked their housing market forecast for this year and next as high demand persists despite rising prices. How affordable is the housing market in your region? Read on for our breakdown.
The latest numbers from CREA show the average home price in Canada is on an uptick, clocking in at $430,000. What does this mean for prospective mortgage borrowers?
Oil’s dropping prices have led to slower home sales across Canada, according to CREA’s latest numbers. Should sellers be worried? Here’s what you need to know.
CREA has revised its forecast for 2015 home prices, as they’re expected to rise even faster than anticipated. What does this mean for prospective buyers looking to own a home in the new year?
As real estate values skyrocket in Canada, many homeowners find themselves with more home equity than they could have ever imagined. Yet, while a lot of Canadians are house rich, they’re struggling to earn a decent return in the low interest rate environment. Instead of relaying on savings, many Canadians are turning south of the border to invest in American real estate. Thinking of buying a U.S. property? Here’s what you need to know.
CREA’s latest housing data update indicates the Fall market may have been driven by customers possessing a low rate hold.
Mortgages Spotlight: Housing demand in Canada reverses from last year’s sale slump, and investors remain confident as the US shutdown ends – for now.
This week’s Mortgages Spotlight: A new RBC report indicates the housing market will take a back seat to other economic drivers in the near future, as the export industry strengthens, and businesses boost their spending.