The Year of the Micro Condo?

Set to hit the country's largest real estate market, this year could see the micro condo taking off.

With more single people wanting homes and higher prices making some Canadian cities unaffordable for single and low income households, smaller homes may prove to be the solution.

RBC Takes the Plunge; Rate War Coming?

While the big lenders were hesitant to pass on the Bank of Canada’s interest rate cut last week, this week there’s talk of a price war, with Royal Bank of Canada being the first to take the plunge.

Vancouver sets new record for high-end sales

Vancouver hit a new record for high end sales in 2014.

10 Fast and Effective Ways to Get Out of Debt

TimeToImproveCreditA report from the Globe and Mail revealed that the number one financial resolution is paying off debt. While many people would love to simply pay their bills and be debt free, that's not often the case.

How to Sell a Home in the Winter

Although winter may not be the most popular time to sell a home, this doesn't mean you have to wait until the weather warms up to list your property. With the right strategy and a bit of hard work, you can make your home stand out to potential buyers in a season where competition is less fierce and certain buyers are highly motivated to purchase.

11 Decorating Ideas Using Pastels

Pastels often get a bad rap for being too sugary sweet, frivolous or girly. But don’t be too quick to fall into this mind-set and immediately pass over pastel shades when choosing which hues to incorporate into your home.

Analysts warn house prices cannot keep climbing

The average price of a home in Canada hit another all-time high in October, rising 7.1 percent over the past year to just short of $420,000. However,  economists at Canada's major banks continue to warn that current house price trends can't continue.