Transit and affordable homes are drawing more and more investors to up-and-coming neighbourhoods east of the GTA's downtown core and on the hunt for cash flow.
A group of tenants in a GTA hotspot are declaring victory in a war against a large landlord accused of neglect and mismanagement.
One neighbourhood in the City of Saints is being hailed as a hotspot for investors as infrastructure development and condo construction fuel renter interest.
A nearly 900 per cent increase in fees for landlords looking to convert low-income one-room units to more profitable rentals is nothing but “expropriation,” say some investors.
Low interest rates and a weak dollar are turning a once sleepy community into an international hotspot with property investors anticipating a spike in rental demand.
The oil crash in Canada’s Energy province has dampened the outlook for many real estate markets but one is facing a surprisingly bright future.
Detached homes are becoming scarce, with significant price gains putting some neighbourhoods in Toronto out of reach – even those once considered bad investments.
Average house prices continue to climb in Canada’s hot markets, but what has been the impact on landlords and the average rental levels in the country’s biggest cities?
Grandfather clauses that allow tenants to smoke are creating issues for landlords unable to hang onto other tenants literally put out by the smell.
The fallout from the Bank of Canada’s decision to cut the overnight rate continues, with agents fighting back against new suggestions the market is significantly overvalued.
Population growth, supply and demand are the typical signposts that motivate investors – but with Canadian housing starts outpacing demographics, some fear that oversupply could drive prices down.
If you’re of the mind that gimmicks don’t sell real estate, arguably the most useless gimmick of all is now driving hundreds of millions of dollars in sales.