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
A Canadian developer says it has seen increased interest in its micro-condos as first-time buyers and young professionals seek affordable housing options.
The lower cost of gasoline is helping boost sentiment in the cottage sector, although poor weather has meant a sluggish start to the season.
Homes that have been used for growing marijuana are becoming more difficult to buy and insure.
Community mailboxes which has been increasing in urban areas of Canada are becoming an election issue.
The latest data on home prices south of the border shows that national prices increased in April from March but that the pace of growth has slowed.
It was almost 100 years ago that the Canadian government stopped giving away free land, but some small towns are carrying on the tradition that led to many of the country’s settlements.
The Insurance Bureau of Canada has warned home owners of the dangers of renting out their properties during the summer.
The housing market south of the border continues to show growth with new data showing that pending home sales have hit a nine-year high.
Canada’s Muskoka region ranks only behind the Cote d’Azur in France as the world’s fastest growing recreational real estate market, according to Christie's International Real Estate.
The federal government, Ontario’s provincial administration and the Region of Peel have announced 200 new affordable houses at Norton Lake Residence in Brampton, Ont.