A new report suggests Canada’s Prairie cities have a wider share of less expensive homes compared the rest of Canada’s largest cities.
An email encouraging members of the Canadian Armed Forces to consider contacting Habitat for Humanity if they can’t find affordable housing is casting a spotlight on a growing challenge facing many military personnel and their families.
With housing prices holding steady, some Calgarians a now looking outside city limits in order to make their dollar stretch a little further.
Housing Minister Ahmed Hussen on Monday responded to questions criticizing his record on tackling unaffordable housing in Canada by accusing the opposition of “misinformation and disinformation.”
Prospective buyers who have grown tired of going up against dozens of competitors to purchase a home are starting to get some relief from the frenzy seen over the past two years.
Okanagan realtors are seeing signs that the market is becoming “healthier” in the wake of the Bank of Canada’s interest rate hike.
Housing experts say home prices could be starting to stabilize after the average price for a home in the London, Ont., and St Thomas area dropped from $824,000 in March to just under $740,000 in April.
For the second month in a row, homebuyers in the Hamilton-Burlington area have more choices and lower prices but are still in the midst of a seller’s market fueled by high demand and low supply, according to local realtors.
The dream of ever owning a home is looking bleak for a majority of Canadians shut out of the housing market, according to new polling from Ipsos.
Owners of vacant residential properties in Vancouver will face a stiffer penalty next year.