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The recent mortgage rule changes will materially impact the economy, according to one leading economist
Do you want to ensure your investment property pay outs? It’s as good as guaranteed if you buy close to a Walmart, according to a new report.
Building permits increase in September… Mortgage insurers and lenders to follow new rules… Vancouver and Toronto homes close to Paris prices… Saskatoon listings are up but sales are flat…
Investors should be bracing for more Canadian municipalities following in the footsteps of a small university town in Nova Scotia, which is suggesting that landlords face fines if their tenants routinely ignore noise and liquor laws.
It is a cardinal sin for investors not to be prepared or knowledgeable about the home buying process, but new figures point out that a third (32 per cent) of first-time investors admit to just that.
Real estate investors making digital deals will be pleased that one company is deploying its e-signature solution on the IBM Cloud, allowing clients in highly-regulated industries access to data from that company’s data centre.
BoC official warns that government is overexposed to housing market… Toronto prices still climbing… National Bank economist says housing market is a concern… Mixed use is the future…
Vancouver prices heading for a record high… Calgary and Edmonton are top choices for Alberta investors… More flexibility for developers with new Saskatchewan environment code… Loonie hits a 5 year low… CREA launches new videos to help homebuyers with finances…
Canadian investors would benefit from the kind of U.S. service now predicting property market trends in real-time, says one leading economist -- but with one condition.
Canada’s least affordable cities revealed… Calgary market stays hot… Vancouverites give their views on the city... Poloz says interest rate rises to cool housing market would be a bad idea….
A new phrase being added to real estate listings is treating investors as fairly as it treats sellers, say agents.