The new City of Toronto legislation restricting Airbnb apartments could spell bad news condo investors
The fall was observed amid a growing pool of homes for sale
Canadian investors are finding fewer of the U.S. real estate bargains they scooped up in the past year as foreclosure numbers sink, in the process elevating seller expectation.
The target of Canadian foreclosure-hunters in the U.S. may soon shift east as the landscape of distress properties changes. In terms of volume of U.S. foreclosure properties this spring, the largest inventories seem to now be in the South and on the East Coast, according to market researcher RealtyTrac.
The government could eventually remove itself from the mortgage insurance game -- an assertion Jim Flaherty reiterated Wednesday, only weeks after becoming what may be the first finance minister to seriously suggest it.
Cottage buyers are thinking more and more like property investors, according to a new poll, revealing a growing interest in renting out those seasonal digs to cover the cost of acquisition.
The City of Toronto will spend $1 million on graffiti clean-up this year, although investors must continue to clear away any of that "art" on private property. CREW has found seven ways landlords can reduce their risk of being tagged in the first place -- information graffiti artists in Canada's urban centres don't want them to know.
It's a dubious title, which now belongs to Toronto and not Vancouver, as home prices in Canada's largest city become chiefly responsible for skewing the national average.
Canada – well, Toronto and Vancouver – may soon be yesterday’s news for Chinese investors, now turning their attention to the U.S. ahead of a crucial deadline.
Buyers intending to flip hotel-condos units this year may be on the frontlines of any Toronto correction – competing with hundreds of other sellers in those new buildings, but also the developers, themselves.
While much of the U.S. real estate market remains on life support, some favorite spots for Canadian investors have started to show signs of life -- a few even garnering double-digit price gains in the first quarter.
Lenders are increasingly rolling up -- and not out -- the red carpet for Toronto's condo developers. At the same time they're locking the vault when individual condo investors come to call.
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