According to one recent report, rents have bottomed out and are on the upswing
Higher demand and rock-bottom borrowing costs are expected to continue feeding into home price growth nationally, according to a Reuters survey
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.”
RBC cuts mortgage rate, price war coming?... New home plots in Calgary at 17 year low… TD Bank predicts another rate cut in March, lower house prices… Consumer optimism for property prices lower again…
The market frenzy caused by a shortage in listings has extended to many investors, who find themselves hard-pressed to purchase a property at a decent price – a task that’s set to become even more challenging following the Bank of Canada’s surprising decision to lower interest rates.
Lower interest rates – announced by the Bank of Canada last week – will mostly benefit first-time investors and homebuyers, say experts.
Sales plunge and prices fall in Calgary… Experts don’t see lower interest rates increasing household debt … US existing home sales rise…
With condo rentals up by 17 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2014, investorss are cashing in on a strong market and solid demand for properties in ideal locations.
Renovating a property can be a long and difficult task, and any investor embarking on such a project should make sure all their ducks are in a row to minimize stress levels.
Talk of lower mortgage rates may be premature… Alberta households are Canada’s top spenders… Vancouver woman enjoys her $39,000 home…
Renting out space as an Airbnb property is a new source of income that many Canadian tenants are jumping on, but should it be cleared by the landlord and does the renter have the right to sublet the space?