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  • Housing market at “tipping point” by Caitlin Nobes

    The real estate market is at a tipping point, with some areas becoming too expensive for buyers, a real estate company says.

  • Analysts: T.O. condo investors safe by Vernon Clement Jones

    Toronto condo investors won’t likely face the value free fall many fear as a result of tighter mortgage rules, says a leading developer, predicting instead a gradual decline in prices, if one at all.

  • Poll: New rules sideline 15% of homebuyers by Vernon Clement Jones

    Nearly 15 per cent of prospective homebuyers say the latest rule changes -- in effect starting today -- make it less likely they will buy a new home in the next five years, according to a Bank of Montreal poll.

  • Last hurrah for residential building permits? by Caitlin Nobes

    May building permits hit the highest levels since 2007, with $7 billion worth of permits issued -- up 7.4% from April and likely the last hurrah for residential building permits entering a cooling market.

  • Realtors: Condo market 'self-corrected' in June by Vernon Clement Jones

    First-time buyers in Canada’s largest market had already begun to cool their jets before the government announced mortgage rule changes specifically meant to accomplish the same, according to new stats.

  • Good time to raise rents in the U.S.? by Kit Kadlec

    Yep. For Canadians owning investment property in the U.S., now might be a good time to raise the rents.

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