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The recent mortgage rule changes will materially impact the economy, according to one leading economist
Reports that tied Alberta’s faltering real estate market to major energy-sector layoffs in the oil-rich province have been all but disproved by the release of the latest data from Statistics Canada.
Credit unions are slowly earning their chunk of the mortgage market, but brokers warn investors and homebuyers about the potential pitfalls of not knowing the limitations and carefully reading the fine print.
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The average rental amount that investors can count on from their tenants in Canada’s hottest cities is nearly $1,600, according to a new infographic.
The conviction of two Canadian real estate developers highlights the need for investors to properly vet developers before jumping into new-construction projects.
The slight lull in one of Canada’s largest condo markets may soon come to an end, with the big banks refocusing on lending in that segment – but will investors now find it easier to seek financing for condo investments?
Alberta markets “hammered” in January says report… Interest rate cut less likely after inflation data… Developer says demand for rentals in Toronto is soaring…
The right to possess firearms is provided for in the U.S.’s Second Amendment, but such a right is not spelled out in Canada’s Constitution, which begs the question: Do landlords have the right to penalize tenants for possessing a firearm?
While the industry continues to chime in about the interest rate cut and its impact on first-time investors, seasoned investors are finding themselves left out in the cold by the banks.
Home sales in all major regions of the U.S. declined in January, but experts say Canadian investors should continue to look for real estate opportunities in local markets.