Chinese influence on Canada’s real estate market may be coming to an abrupt end due to new rules that lock their funds
Tighter federal mortgage rules cited as a major contributing factor in the apparent slowdown
The Alberta housing market is already feeling the impact of the historic drop in oil prices – but experts say this could suggest an opportunity for investors.
Toronto’s housing market continued to rise in 2014, with sharp increases in both average price and number of sales, and the city’s December data suggests that hot streak is hardly about to cool.
Edmonton market will be slow but steady this year say realtors… GTA narrowly misses annual sales record… Ottawa had a reasonably good 2014… First time buyers may need $500,000 but ownership is still favourable…
Regardless of the doomsayers pointing to low oil values and potential market overvaluation, the luxury real estate market in Canada didn't suffer in 2014 -- and Sotheby’s International doesn’t think it will in 2015 either.
Forget investing in single-family or commercial properties – why not take it to the next level and buy a whole town?
The 905 area, including the Niagara Peninsula, Hamilton, Oshawa and the suburban GTA, is still a sellers’ market, according to a report by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).
The plunging price of oil may be negatively impacting house prices and small businesses in Western Canada, but perhaps investors should look to parts of Atlantic Canada, which are experiencing a higher level of confidence in the market.
Toronto sees 46 per cent increase in $1 million condo sales… Alberta housing market starting to slowdown, says BMO… BC property benefits from LNG plans…
Hamilton is poised to be one of the strongest housing markets in the country in 2015 -- but is it too late for investors to catch the train?
Canadian real estate investors simply can’t expect to see the value gains in 2015 that they’ve seen in the past decade, say experts.