This is how crazy Toronto real estate has gotten
Analysts weigh in on the latest numbers surrounding the intensified growth in the Toronto real estate market
With oil prices in decline, investors in Alberta have enough causes for concern. But here's one more.
Investors who have noticed a lack of inventory in many Canadian cities will not be reassured by new figures released by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) today.
Alternative payment options are the latest trend commanding the real estate industry’s attention, and agents insist that investors and the home-buying public deserve a wide array of options.
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Provinces mainly affected by sinking oil values are likely to drive a moderated housing market in 2016, according to a new outlook report released today by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).
Inventory is low and competition is high, but since there’s so much snow outside, some playful investors might want to head outside and build their own investment property.
Canadian investors and homebuyers are increasingly taking on more debt in an attempt to afford larger and more expensive homes, but in which province are homeowners particularly indebted?
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It was a record-smashing year for sales of investment properties in this Canadian city in 2014, but experts don’t expect this trend to extend into 2015.
First-time investors and home buyers in Toronto could benefit if a recommendation to the city’s Budget Committee is implemented.