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Condo development seen as downtown development boost
Posted on July 12, 2016
Condo development seen as downtown development boost

LAURA BOOTH,

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More than half of the condos going into a downtown Moncton development have now been sold. This September, ground will be broken behind city hall to make way for Five Five Queen, an eight-storey building containing condominiums, a boutique hotel and a Gahan House restaurant. Moncton-based developers Spataro Holdings and ELCE Developments, who made the...

Self storage: Inside the new real estate war to stash your stuff
Posted on July 19, 2017 | 12:15

The self storage industry in Canada is booming and going to extreme lengths to stash your excess stuff

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The interest rate hike is going to leave its mark on Canadian exporters
Posted on July 14, 2017 | 18:55

The Bank of Canada's decision to increase interest rates, while necessary, will put upward pressure on the loonie, making life more difficult for exporters

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What higher interest rates mean for real estate, debt and the economy
Posted on July 10, 2017 | 08:30

Canadians have come to expect ever cheaper debt. An interest rate hike this week would mark the reversal of that trend.

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Toronto’s deflating housing bubble, in one chart
Posted on July 06, 2017 | 21:39

The next few months will be crucial in determining whether the Toronto housing market has simply stumbled, or if this is the start of a deeper correction

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Canada’s Best Places for Weather 2017
Posted on July 04, 2017 | 12:55

Forget housing prices, does it rain all the time?

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Household vulnerabilities have moved higher, but the financial system remains resilient
Posted on June 08, 2017 | 07:30
Household indebtedness and housing market imbalances—the most important vulnerabilities for the Canadian financial system—have moved higher over the past six months, the Bank of Canada said today in its Financial System Review (FSR).