Foreign buyers play a limited part in condo sales activity in the Greater Toronto Area but investors play a key role in the market according to a new report from Urbanation
New mortgage regulations introduced by the federal government are likely to slow down the housing market, ratings agency DBRS says. However, while income and population growth continue, it is not predicting a major impact
Residents in one Vancouver neighbourhood are concerned that the city council’s plan to protect heritage homes will lead to lower property values.
The vacancy rate of rental properties in Calgary has increased due to greater supply of new homes.
The economist who predicted a yet-to-happen price crash of 25 per cent for Canada’s housing markets back in 2011 now says he expects the correction to be even larger.
Rents in Vancouver are set to surge as low supply and high demand create a “rent increase tsunami” according to one local realtor.
Canada’s growing trend for downtown living, even for those traditional suburb-dwellers with children, has prompted developers to build more playgrounds.
The rules around the income from rental units considered in home loan applications submitted to the CMHC are changing.
The confidence in rising home prices is weakening, according to new data from Bloomberg and Nanos Research.
A Toronto real estate developer is offering to guarantee the rental income from its condos for two years.
The federal government is in line to sell one of its real estate assets for 127 times the purchase price.
Target Canada has struggled to find buyers for its real estate portfolio as it exits the country.