This weeks top stories include how we should start believing in the economic recovery, how high debt loads are becoming the main concern for Canadian consumers, how Vancouver is listed as one of the most unaffordable cities in the world, how consumer confidence saw a heavy increase in the month of January, how Toronto still […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how the U.S is set to make aggressive interest rate hikes, how employment insurance failed the stress test of the recession, how home prices are set to stay where they are in Toronto over the next year, how Vancouver will lead Canada in growth this year and the new debate […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how to take advantage of the Home Renovation Tax Credit if you live in a condominium, how the Toronto commercial real estate sector is down, how interest rates will stay where they are until the next meeting by the Bank of Canada, how the 2010 Toronto real estate market is […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how housing starts beat expectations and were up by 5.9%, how there were more job postings in the month of December, how exporters feel that the only direction that the economy can go is up, how new home prices were up yet again making it the fifth consecutive month to […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how Mondays U.S manufacturing report beat the expectations set for it, how interest rates are set to rise, how surveys showed that consumers have a brighter outlook for 2010, how Toronto’s 2009 existing home sales numbers crushed the numbers seen in 2008, how the housing market is expected to remain […]Read More →
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