Employees are out pay, health benefits have been axed while future of company remains uncertain
Realtors in Kitchener-Waterloo and Windsor-Essex are reporting increased sales.
There was a 58 per cent decline in new Toronto condo developments during the first quarter of this year, according to a new report.
Chinese developers have been building like crazy for years now, and, as a result, entire cities stand empty in the country today.
Homebuyers and investors have yet another reason to rejoice: one more economist has suggested that the Bank of Canada is unlikely in increase interest rates.
There was an 11.6 per cent increase in the value of building permits in March compared to the month before.
For the third straight year, CMHC’s total assets and liabilities have fallen; but its net income and total revenue have increased to five-year highs.
Employment edged down in April (-20,000), as gains in full-time work were more than offset by losses in part time. The unemployment rate held steady at 6.8% for the third consecutive month.
It’s been said before, but it seems the chorus is contagious – yet another report is calling the Ontario housing market overvalued.
When asked about the issue directly, potential home buyers say that they are not particularly concerned about navigating the home-buying process