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
As many U.S. investors cash in on real estate opportunities through crowdfunding, Canadian investors are also taking advantage of the alternative financing option here at home.
Industrial buildings are getting plenty of love from investors as construction and investment contributes $21.7 billion to Canada’s economy, according to a new report by Realpac.
Brokers sceptical over CMHC foreign ownership data… Rental vacancies increase but still tight in many areas… Harper says the budget will still balance despite lower oil revenues… Housing starts fall in the US…
Mattamy Homes has announced it will acquire the Monarch Corporation -- boosting its presence in the Canadian high-rise market and providing new opportunities for investors.
In a first for CMHC, the Crown corporation has asked property managers in its Rental Market Survey to disclose what percentage of units are owned by foreign investors.
Most economists agree that interest rates will rise in 2015 – possibly as early as May – but property experts say the ups and downs of interest rates should never be the ‘be all, end all’ for an investor.
Have you ever thought of expanding your residential real estate portfolio to include commercial properties? Maybe now is the time to make the move.
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Household debt increases but previous estimate was too high… More homebuyers turning to alternative lenders… Consumer sentiment at its lowest for 10 months… Provinces call for more federal cash for infrastructure…
The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) has upwardly revised its forecast for annual housing sales in 2014 and 2015, projecting 481,300 units in 2014 – an annual increase of 5.1 per cent and the strongest annual sales since 2007.