Posté le July 12, 2016
Vancouver real estate: Why multi-million dollar home owners are crying poor
Posté le 07 mai, 2018 | 14:44
A B.C. surtax on properties worth more than $3 million has owners hopping mad, and tinkering with it won't appease them
The people who bought at the peak of Toronto’s real estate bubble, and then lost hundreds of thousands within months
Posté le 04 mai, 2018 | 09:20
When Toronto-area home prices began their slide, the market served up painful lessons for buyers and sellers alike—and revealed shady behaviour that helped inflate prices in the first place
Why did mortgage rates just surge?
Posté le 28 avril, 2018 | 16:11
Opinion: The mystery behind TD's surprise mortgage rate hike—and what it means for consumers
Why everyone should buy real estate in…Brantford?
Posté le 18 avril, 2018 | 08:10
Find out how your neighbourhood ranks as a place to buy
Vulnerabilities in the Canadian financial system remain elevated, but elements for improvement are emerging
Posté le 28 novembre, 2017 | 06:30
The high level of household indebtedness and housing market imbalances remain the most important vulnerabilities identified by the Bank of Canada in its Financial System Review (FSR), published today. While these vulnerabilities are still elevated, improving economic conditions and recent changes to housing policy should support an easing of these vulnerabilities over time.