Toronto home prices have been on the rise for two straight decades, according to RE/MAX Canada. What has driven price appreciation in the Six? Read on for our breakdown.
Foreign home ownership in Canada has been a concern of housing market critics as prices spike in certain neighbourhoods. The CMHC is now researching the impact, though many say the data is inconclusive. Read on for the full story.
Are Toronto condos still a good investment? A senior BMO economist has found they’ve historically offered a better return than the TSX. Here’s what buyers and investors should know.
A recent report from CMHC assessed the Toronto housing market to be high risk and subject to overvaluation. But is it a true indicator of the market? Here, Will Dunning, Chief Economist at CAAMP and a member of RateSupermarket.ca’s expert Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel, shares his take.
As prices continue to rise, many Canadians find they are stuck in their starter home. What options do growing families have, if they can’t afford to move up in the market?
Big banks have been slicing 10 basis points off their fixed rates, while the BoC keeps the central rate at status quo. Is is a good time to jump into the housing market?
Mortgages Spotlight: the Remax 2014 Housing Market Outlook finds home sales and prices hit a 5-year peak in 2013.
Sales may have slowed over the past year, but some of Canada’s real estate markets sport sizzling conditions. Read on for a recap on our nation’s top mortgage markets – Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver.
Mortgages Spotlight: TREB reports a spike in Toronto housing prices despite a downturn in units sold year over year.
A poll conducted by Reuters on the mortgage and housing market shows we may be in for a 10% decline – but that the downward activity will be healthy economic activity.