The government announced Wednesday a 10-year, $40 billion National Housing Strategy aimed at improving housing affordability for Canadians
The proportion of Canadian households in housing need has not increased significantly for over a decade
There’s yet more support for the wait-and-see acquisition strategy of some investors, as Canada’s biggest and strongest real estate market finally shows signs of cooling.
Investors who've already sold units in a pair of curvy Mississauga condos may want to kick themselves -- those buildings having just won an international award, and all the price appreciation that comes with it.
It’s easy to get wrapped up in a negotiation – the potential to get a good deal, or just “win” the property – but there are some common traps to avoid. CREW talked to seasoned investors for a list of the top nine negotiation mistakes that nix deals and erode finances.
Canada’s housing market may have cooled by 2% in the first three months of 2012, but the first quarter sent most of the rest of the world into the deep freeze, according to one bank report out Wednesday.
Canadian investors might want to add a new target to their foreclosure search, with Georgia surpassing Arizona as the U.S. state with the highest foreclosure rate, according to new figures.
One in four purchases by a foreign buyer in the U.S. last year was made by a Canadian, according to an annual survey by the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
Good news? The rental market in Canada tightened slightly in April with the vacancy rate dropping and average rental rates increasing, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Its success, or failure, may be the bellwether of Toronto’s cooling high-end market. But the investor behind the controversial redevelopment of the Maclean house – a heritage site near Casa Loma – says the project is better positioned to win buyers than other properties languishing in tony neighbourhoods.
Oops! Property investors weren’t the only ones fascinated by the recent CREW article on fighting graffiti -- 7 things graffiti artists don't want you to know. Graffiti artists were, too.
Oh, the sky is still falling on Toronto and Vancouver housing markets -- just not for another couple years -- say TD economists, updating an earlier prediction.
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