In a bid to raise money for charity, sales agents have undergone major physical transformations in preparation for the Toronto Real Estate Rumble that have rendered them virtually unrecognizable
After being rattled by the Great Recession, resort town property values are through the roof, and the resulting influx of out-of-towners has put pressure on locals, who are having difficulty affording homes
Confidence in Vancouver’s high end property market has been given a timely boost following the sale of an exclusive condo for a cool $25 million.
Amidst reports that the housing market is cooling off, Canadian homebuyers and investors are still ready and willing to make purchases.
Home sales in Toronto slid 3.4 per cent in May compared to the same time last year, with new numbers from the MLS also highlighting the region`s irrepressible price growth.
It’s not the international recognition Canada hopes for, with a global development organization ranking this country’s real estate market as the third most overvalued in the world.
Analysts are crossing their fingers and hoping the tumultuous Vancouver market has finally hit bottom, with the average price of a home declining 4.3 per cent in May compared to a year ago, but the actual number of sales showing signs of recovery.
Here’s one for the record books, with a traditional media outlet -- the publisher of Canadian Real Estate Wealth -- earning a spot on the PROFIT 500 list of Canada’s fasting growing companies.
Investors scouting for the next big location are now turning to neighbourhoods primed for gentrification thanks to big U.S. retail names such as Target and Nordstrom.
Comparing this year's real estate market to 2012's is problematic to say the least, argues a new industry report, suggesting today's success is being overshadowed by a hyperbolic yester-year.
The competition between discount realties may now have reached a slow boil, with the entrance of Rogers Communications and the move by various players to differentiate themselves.
The head of one of the country’s landlord advocacy groups is suggesting property owners should be left to decide what constitutes a “stigmatized” unit and whether to share that information with prospective tenants.
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