Data gaps need to be addressed to help Canadian governments devise more effective solutions to the affordability crisis, says an analyst
The Real Estate Council of British Columbia recently urged agents to encourage their clients to disclose in writing if a home has been used for growing marijuana
A recent report found that one in every 20 Canadian households owns at least one income property, citing that the stability of income afforded by rental investment is a strong motivator compared to other asset classes.
As declining oil prices threaten the real estate markets out west, experts are predicting a positive impact on the Ontario market – but which areas should investors be looking into?
How do you quickly and cheaply turn your tired property into a polished and highly desirable piece of real estate? Here are some top tips from experts.
Oliver says there’s no housing bubble… Analysts confident of another rate cut in March… Realtors adapting to ‘disruptive’ technology…
With speculation swirling about the impact of falling oil prices on Western Canada's housing markets, some experts suggest the decline will be good for Toronto and the rest of Ontario.
As the Royal Bank of Canada leads other major banks in lowering five-year fixed mortgage rates, some industry experts believe there won’t be much of an impact on how the housing market performs in 2015.
Banks cut prime rates but savers suffer… Condo sales cancelled as developer decides on rentals... 2014 was a tough year for Ottawa’s commercial market… Large rise in new home sales in US…
The Bank of Canada’s surprise interest rate cut last week will “keep the real estate party going” and "add new life to the housing market", according to experts.
The Bank of Canada’s interest rate cut offers ‘a perfect storm’ for commercial real estate investors, according to a new report.
The importance of staying focused and applying diligent strategies in real estate investing is summed up in one sentence by an award-winning investor: “Slow and steady wins the race.”