Chinese influence on Canada’s real estate market may be coming to an abrupt end due to new rules that lock their funds
Tighter federal mortgage rules cited as a major contributing factor in the apparent slowdown
Real estate hotspots such as Australia and Hong Kong are clamping down on foreign investors, with some suggesting Canada should follow suit with a tax on those buyers.
Some 62,000 homes in Detroit could be auctioned for $500 a piece later this year, but experts warn investors that the deal isn’t as lucrative as it looks.
Condos without parking increasingly popular… Is Canada facing a property insurance crisis?... No decline in consumer confidence for second week…
Purpose-built multi-family starts in 2014 were up 52.2 per cent from the five-year average, signaling a resurgence of the rental markets in Canada’s largest cities.
Short-term rentals have become a necessary component of living in an expensive city, and one that landlords will have to accept, says one expert.
The move is having a positive impact on homebuyers and investors, but one analyst believes the Bank of Canada's decision to cut the overnight rate in late January will negatively affect the economy.
Rental housing makes a comeback… Quebec firm plans next generation of seniors homes… More U.S. renters plan to buy, housing market confidence increases…
Despite declines and weaker sales in some major cities, homes sales were up nationally.
February’s housing price index marked the fourth straight deceleration, an early sign of cooling housing markets across the country.
Report warns of mass mortgage default… RBC predicts housing market will be “buoyant” with regional diversity, 2016 will be slower… Household debt edges higher again… So what do you get for $51 million in Vancouver these days?