Limitations to face-to-face contact has created new challenges for real estate agents and homebuyers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We revisit the mortgage stress test and how it is affecting Canadian homebuyers.
The difference can affect your financing.
Are you changing homes? Here’s a loan that can offer security during transition.
Last month we reported that Canadian real estate sales slipped slightly, yet prices had increased. The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) just released their May numbers and let’s just say things have escalated quickly. The Toronto region saw sales drop 25.3…
First-time homebuyers are faced with a number of challenges – from saving for a down payment to winning a bidding war in Canada’s hottest housing markets. Here are some reasons why you may want to consider delaying the purchase of your dream home.
There’s no slowdown in sight for home prices in Vancouver and Toronto, and that has the Bank of Canada worried. Here’s what Governor Stephen Poloz is saying about its impact on our local and greater economies.
It appears housing markets across the country are feeling the brunt of recent CMHC mortgage changes, as sales saw a 5.8 per cent nation-wide dip from July to August. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), this is the largest month-over-month decline since June 2010
Over the last week the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) and Toronto Real Estate Board released their monthly real estate market reports. Here is a summary of their findings.
Professional flippers will buy, fix and flip a property in 6 weeks – sometimes less. The fewer mortgage payments they have to make, the better. Thanks to the likes of HGTV, home renovation shows have the general population thinking that you can flip a home and make a profit at any time. Unfortunately, that’s just not true. There’s so much more to it than just buying a house, fixing it and flipping it.