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Toronto home values continued to swell in March, bringing annual average price gains to more than 20% and adding fuel to a raging debate about whether policy makers should try to cool the market. New listings were up 57% from March 2020, when the onset of the pandemic temporarily...

source: Bloomberg

Bank economists are not a wild bunch. Whatever the economic weather, they steadfastly resist undue excitement. The exclamation point on their keyboards goes unused. So it has been notable to watch the rising alarm — yes, alarm — over Canada's housing market...

source: The Globe and Mail

Some real estate experts and would-be homebuyers are calling for an end to "blind bidding" as a way of cooling what they say is an unsustainable housing market. Karen Scutt is in the market for a new home in Toronto and placed...

source: CTV News

When people picture red-hot real estate markets, they most likely think of soaring prices for the condos dotting Vancouver's skyline. They might also conjure up the bidding wars for massive mega-mansions in and around Toronto.

source: CBC

With the lowest rates for five-year fixed mortgage products in Canada having risen last month for the first time since January 2020, speculation began to mount in the mortgage industry about the implications of further rate hikes in the near future.


I thought I'd take this opportunity to state my grievances about our current real estate industry. I've read some of the REM articles and felt compelled to send this to you. I have forwarded my ideas to CREA, OREA and to the real estate brokers and business ministry, whenever...

source: REM


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