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The pace of home purchases has worried some landlords afraid that good tenants will convert too soon to good homeowners, but a new report is suggesting change is coming that may slow these types of conversions.
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It may be a bitter pill to swallow for boomers headed into retirement with only meagre returns on fixed-income investments, but the advice of a leading real estate expert may keep others from following their lead.
Overvaluation in the Canadian housing market is increasingly at the high end, according to the latest IMF report, suggesting any domino effect in terms of correction would start there.
Size increasingly does matter for investors buying condo units as that segment rebounds and market prices rise above what banks are prepared to lend.
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A surprising majority (54 per cent) of CREW readers – investors themselves – believe that landlords should be held accountable when their tenants routinely ignore noise and liquor bylaws, but industry experts suggest the focus should be on due diligence when it comes to tenant selection.
Investors who purchase a condo unit with the intention of selling for a profit within a year are playing a dangerous game, says one real estate expert.
A leading economist says there should be some concern about elevated prices in Toronto and Vancouver, despite a new CMHC report that argues a correction in the Canadian housing market is unlikely.