Increasing home prices in the GTA are having a spillover effect in surrounding cities, according to a recent report
We talk the markets that showed the most surprising demand in 2016, as well as a forecast for the near future
Every investor will have a troublemaker tenant at one time or another, but who’s responsible when your tenant is the target of a police bust that results in damages to your property?
BoC cuts rate; when will mortgage rates follow?... Shadow lenders gaining ground but is it a bad thing?... Think Canada’s expensive? Try Venezuela…
For the first time in more than four years, the Bank of Canada has changed its target for the overnight rate, which may come as a surprise to real estate investors.
Toronto price gap between condos and houses widens… Boost to affordability in Calgary… Oil price hits provincial revenues but it’s not all bad news… Office vacancies set to rise says Colliers…
The Real Estate Council of Alberta is warning Calgary-based investors about a man illegally operating as a property manager.
The announcement last week that Target will close its 133 Canadian stores is a reminder to investors to buy residential property in cities with diversified job markets.
There is a mixed response from investors about the current opportunities in Western Canada’s real estate markets, according to CREW’s latest online poll.
The weather outside is frightful and the temperature inside is delightful … but landlords have a range of issues to consider to ensure their rental properties are prepared for the winter weather and that, subsequently, their tenants are comfortable and safe.
New Brunswick had its hottest December for home sales since 2009, with a 9.3 per cent increase year-over-year.
Vancouver is second most unaffordable market in the world… Toronto becoming ‘the New York of the North’… High-end sales hit new record in Vancouver…