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The recent mortgage rule changes will materially impact the economy, according to one leading economist
The three-million-square-foot Blackberry real estate portfolio sale will make Waterloo one of Canada’s most dynamic commercial real estate markets over the next several years, according to a new report.
While new CREA figures show home sales declining in Alberta and Saskatchewan, cities in Ontario, including Ottawa, continue to see positive sales growth.
The decline in interest and prime lending rates is providing investors with unique opportunities – but with uncertainty still ahead, the question remains: variable or fixed-rate mortgage?
Smaller lenders offer deeper discounts… Newfoundland, Alberta headed for recession says CIBC… Super rich love Vancouver and Toronto… Waterloo region is Canada’s ‘land of opportunity’ says Colliers… Real estate career beats the catwalk…
Projections of 13,000 new jobs in this Ontario city is adding heat to an already hot investment market.
A land purchase on the western outskirts of downtown Calgary will open up investment opportunities in the area, say experts.
National home sales activity decreased month-over-month in January 2015, according to new figures, but the Canadian housing market remains balanced.
A building code revision in Ontario now allows wood-frame construction for residential and mixed-use commercial buildings up to six storeys in height.
Townhouses needed to ease Vancouver’s affordability issue… Alberta builders expect moderate decline… Spryfield leads price growth in Halifax…
A new proposal by a German designer imagines a future where investors could actually own a wind turbine as an income property.