We take a look at hourly wage growth in Canada, and how it might be an indicator of the future of Canadian real estate.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberals won the last election one year ago today, so we’re looking at how real estate and the economy did over that time.
A third of British Columbia’s millennial women aren’t working. This presents a massive upcoming economic threat for the province.
Canada’s new mortgage rules go into effect today. Here’s how they might make housing even less affordable, while bringing prices down.
The truth about Canada’s unemployment rates, why only half of Canadians work, and how this impacts future homebuyers.
Turns out there’s 33 million people that don’t live in Toronto or Vancouver that compose the rest of the Canadian real estate market.
The Toronto condo market may be getting closer to maturity as the 905 begins to move faster than the city proper.
Vancouver real estate takes another hit, with condos dropping 0.5% since August. Still not a deal, but it’s getting interesting.
Canadian real estate agents selling property in China failed to correctly answer facts about the country that Canadian children could answer.
Toronto real estate prices continued higher in September, as buyers demonstrated a significant preference for detached homes.