Micah Guiao

Micah Guiao

Micah Avry Guiao is a journalist at Key Media, where she writes news across multiple verticals for the company's publications. She graduated with a degree in Creative Writing from Ateneo de Manila University and was a recipient of the Raul Locsin Award for Student Journalism (News) and the Loyola Award for the Arts (Nonfiction).

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/micahavry/

How much do you need to afford a home in Toronto and Vancouver?

Income still lags behind falling home prices

How much do you need to afford a home in Toronto and Vancouver?

BC's speculation tax to cover six more regions

Province is hoping to achieve the same success it observed in the last four years

BC's speculation tax to cover six more regions

Extra $18,000 needed to pass the mortgage stress test

Expert says OSFI made a "glaring mistake"

Extra $18,000 needed to pass the mortgage stress test

Foot traffic is at a pandemic high across every major city

The remote work setup has become a distant memory

Foot traffic is at a pandemic high across every major city

Macklem: Expect inflation to remain "painfully high" for the rest of 2022

Rate is unlikely to go much lower

Macklem: Expect inflation to remain "painfully high" for the rest of 2022

Most Canadians are willing to relocate to buy a home – RE/MAX

RE/MAX also reveals the most affordable markets to move to

Most Canadians are willing to relocate to buy a home – RE/MAX

Labour shortage problem to remain well past recession in 2023

Economists are calling for more immigrant workers to fill job vacancies

Labour shortage problem to remain well past recession in 2023

Luxury markets start to normalize following surge

The period of its "historically anomalous performance" is over

Luxury markets start to normalize following surge

How are home construction and renovation faring in Toronto?

"The realtor came in and basically showed them that the market is done"

How are home construction and renovation faring in Toronto?

Scotiabank remains optimistic amid growing fear of a recession

"Pent-up demand" predicted to drive consumption through 2023

Scotiabank remains optimistic amid growing fear of a recession