The glory days for Canadian real estate could be coming to an end, as China starts the year with surprising moves to control capital outflows.
Good-bye 2016, hello 2017. To kick the new year off, here’s how Canadian real estate did across the country.
Latest report from the OECD says a correction in Canadian real estate “threatens the financial stability” of Canada.
This Black Friday through Cyber Monday, Canadians are expected to add 3% to their consumer debt pile – and that excludes lost productivity.
Yes, President Donald Trump will have an impact on Canadian real estate – and it’s not just because of the Americans moving here.
Quebec’s anti-corruption squad is alleging four prominent Quebec Liberal Party fundraisers engaged in a massive real estate fraud scheme.
The 20 year old RCMP and CSIS report Sidewinder, warned China was purchasing Canadian real estate to control the economic levers of Canada.
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, Australia, New Zealand, and the UK are building a consumer debt bubble that dwarfs China, and it’s built around real estate.