One of Nova Scotia’s best-kept secrets, Antigonish County is a smaller, affordable market with great potential and a low property tax rate to match
A common question we constantly get asked is, what’s the difference between a real estate agent and a mortgage broker and what do they do? For new investors or first time property buyers who are new to the game, this is a very valid question to ask
With the pent-up demand in British Columbia mostly met by this point, the real estate market there is starting to slow.
While most of the rest of the country has seen increased real estate activity lately, Alberta has experienced a much slower approach into 2010.
Toronto's real estate sales jumped 87 per cent in January over the year before, leading many investors and analysts to question where the market will go into the New Year.
Saskatchewan posted modest gain, some 4.3 per cent in 2009, but there's good reason to believe there's even better things ahead for the market in 2010.
Despite some ups and downs in the past couple years, analysts now see Quebec's real estate market heading towards stability this year.
With lower values, New Brunswick offers opportunity to those investors looking for good returns. Kit Kadlec reports
It's situated between Alberta's two major cities, but attractive and ever-growing Red Deer is positioned to forge its own way in the power rankings.
With a booming resource sector, large student population and reasonable prices, Saskatoon has become a solid and steady draw for investors
Prosperity first came by rail. Now a fresh boost in Brandon, coupled with Manitoba's employment, has got its housing market moving full steam ahead
With great transit connections, a steady housing market and some historic charm, Dundas, Ont., offers a plentiful mix of industrial, commercial and residential property investments