The cost of investing in Toronto is rising and some investors are beginning to look elsewhere, but are ROIs in Canada’s largest city really that paltry?
The fund's favourable tax treatment will expire that same month
The New Year has brought a renewed sense of optimism for a majority of Ontarian investors who are planning to capitalize on favourable economic conditions during 2014.
With the ice storm causing havoc across the country, real estate investors are being advised to safeguard their properties and remove any debris that may compound the damage.
Investors should calm down and carry on in 2014. That is the word from Scotiabank who are playing down the so-called risks that may affect market conditions next year.
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A necessary evil or a complete waste of time? Everyone has an opinion on real estate agents and one provincial government wants to hear them all and change the way they do business.
Investors should concentrate on creating a safe and homely space to attract key demographics to their condo units, a new report says.
It’s time for Vancouver to follow Hong Kong’s drastic steps of cooling its real estate market, local investors argue.
2014 is looking to be a good year for investors with price appreciation expected to rise once again, with Alberta reigning supreme in the market.
Sorry naysayers, but your prophets of doom did little to deter opportunistic buyers this year with the market enjoying five-year sales and price highs.
Forget 25 per cent or even 40 per cent. A new global banking report is pegging Canada's real estate market as the most overheated in the world -- by even more than feared.
Connect Asset Management Challenges the Financial Community to Invest in Downtown Toronto Real Estate for a Good Cause
The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market
Blue Pearl Mortgage Group Inc. is expanding its footprint once again, this time with services in Ontario