News

  • Canadian investment down slightly in California by Jordan Maxwell

    Some 11 per cent of homes bought in California in 2014 were purchased by Canadian investors and buyers, according to a new study.

  • Daily Market Update by Jamie Henry

    No areas are sellers’ markets says BMO… More than half of Canadians have struggled with financial decisions… Maintenance fees could cut condo values… Maintenance fees could cut condo values…

  • Condo study reveals surprising stats by Justin da Rosa

    A new 10-year study debunks the myths about condo maintenance fees, offering investors a clearer picture of this lucrative investment option.

  • U.S. investment offers more cash flow than Canada by Jennifer Paterson

    Despite a falling loonie, investing in the U.S. property market still offers more steady cash flow than investing in Canada, say experts.

  • How to build successful joint-venture partnerships by CRE

    To grow portfolios most investors will need access to capital and financing, and the best way to do that is through joint-venture partnerships, says one real estate expert.

  • Daily Market Update by Jamie Henry

    Toronto continues to surge in February ... CIBC warning on risky lenders ... Consumer confidence continues to fall ... More Canadians expect to be working past 65

  • Toronto home prices up 10 per cent by Jennifer Paterson

    The average selling price for a house in Toronto for the first half of February 2015 was $602,110, a 10.3 per cent increase compared to the average reported for the same period in 2014.

  • Dynamic years ahead for Waterloo real estate by Jennifer Paterson

    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.

  • Positive signs ahead for Ottawa real estate by

    While new CREA figures show home sales declining in Alberta and Saskatchewan, cities in Ontario, including Ottawa, continue to see positive sales growth.

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