• Bylaw could douse Canada's 'hottest' rental market by Jemima Codrington

    A controversial licensing plan has Hamilton landlords up in arms, the city proposing to pass a bylaw to license buildings with six or fewer rental units.

  • Condo development upsets 'Restaurant Row' by Jemima Codrington

    Condos are bringing more bad news to Toronto’s famed King St. West entertainment district.

  • Student rentals: Five ways to avoid this by Jemima Codrington

    When investing in property near universities, chances are students will be its inhabitants. While there are some pros to this kind of investment (such as high demand, for example), there can be some drawbacks and other things to consider, Animal House being one of them.

  • Home Prices Down in October by Jemima Codrington

    House prices across Canada fell again for the month of October, according to the Teranet-National Bank National Composite House Price Index released Wednesday.

  • The best laid plans of mice, men and, even, Trumps ... by Jemima Codrington

    Trump Tower developer Talon International Inc. is suing seven investors in an effort to force deals to close.

  • Falling home sales rile GTA builders by Jemima Codrington

    New home sales are down for the third month in a row, according to a new report from a very concerned Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD).

  • Canada's newest hotspot? by Mark David

    Canada’s newest hottest spot in terms of home sales may actually be one of its coldest. The Northwest Territories are currently one of the hottest markets to watch, as sales skyrocketed 66.7 per cent since September 2012.

  • Homeowners managing mortgage debt, says report by Nestor Arellano

    More than two thirds of Canadians are “comfortable with their debt” and are able to pay down their mortgages, suggesting that the stringent lending rules introduced by the government this summer may have been unnecessary, concludes a new report released Monday by a leading industry group.

  • Saskatchewan brings rent legislation into force by Jemima Codrington

    New provincial legislation has now taken effect in Saskatchewan, helping landlords increase rent to what they term fair market pricing.

  • Investor Forum Vancouver arms investors by Jemima Codrington

    Investors from all over North America headed to the Vancouver International Convention Center this weekend for the second annual Investor Forum Vancouver.

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