BCREA 2017 Second Quarter Housing Forecast
Vancouver, BC – June 19, 2017. The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) released its 2017 Second Quarter Housing Forecast today.
Multiple... Read More »
by Steve Randall | 13 Jun 2017 | repmag.ca
The next policy move from the Bank of Canada could be a rise in interest rates.
Senior deputy governor Carolyn Wilkins spoke at the Asper School of Business yesterday and said that there... Read More »
KELOWNA, B.C. – June 6 th , 2017. Home sales across the Okanagan region of Revelstoke to Peachland took a sharp upward turn in May, with 1132 homes sold, a 38% increase over April, but 6% fewer sales than this time last year, reports... Read More »
by Steve Randall | 31 May 2017 from repmag.ca
The number of new mortgages insured by the CMHC fell sharply in the first quarter of 2017 as new lending restrictions made an impact.
In its quarterly report, the corporation said that it... Read More »
The Bank of Canada announced this morning that it is holding the target for its overnight rate at 0.5 per cent. In the press release accompanying the decision, the Bank noted that inflation is broadly in line with the Bank's projection,... Read More »
by Bloomberg | 23 May 2017 | From RepMag.ca
by Doug Alexander
HSBC Holdings Plc is getting aggressive in Canada -- and one needs to look no further than its latest mortgage rate for proof of broader ambitions.
HSBC Canada is offering... Read More »
Vancouver, BC – May 15, 2017. The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) that a total of 9,865 residential unit sales were recorded by the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in April, down 23.9... Read More »
by Bloomberg | 16 May 2017
by Matthew Brockett for Rep Magazine
In a report on house prices in G-10 nations -- those with the 10 most-traded currencies in the world -- Goldman Sachs finds they are most elevated in small, open economies... Read More »
The total value of Canadian building permits declined 5.8 per cent to $7 billion in March,the second consecutive monthly decline.
BC posted the largest decrease at the provincial level due to fewer permit... Read More »