The cost of investing in Toronto is rising and some investors are beginning to look elsewhere, but are ROIs in Canada’s largest city really that paltry?
The fund's favourable tax treatment will expire that same month
The Canadian government has cut short its financial backing of homeowners retrofitting their homes to save on energy cost.
Sellers are convinced staging properties works. But convincing landlords it’s worth the time and effort has been a tougher sell, said one real estate investor, now relying on that strategy to grow ROI.
There will be no crash to the Canadian housing market, according to a new report by BMO economists out this week. Instead, the report suggests, there will be something like a smooth landing.
Here may be another reason for a property investor to keep that day job:
While experts are predicting a flat real estate market nationally in 2012, that hasn’t slowed some recent bidding wars in Toronto.
B.C. property investors hoping to rack up impressive capital gains as the result of continuing buyer demand, think again.
Those Canadians who have borrowed the most are falling deeper into the hole, according to new research out this week by CIBC World Markets Inc.
The new housing critic for the Ontario NDP will continue a fight begun by her predecessor, Cheri DiNovo, pressing for a licensing system to crack down on errant landlords.
National prices took a rare dip downwards in November, marking a first for 2011, according to the Teranet-National Bank House Price Index.
It may be another indication of just how fierce the competition is for multifamily investment properties, with an industry leader launching what it calls a “Pre-Offer Home Inspection,” specifically designed to give buyers a leg up in multiple-bid situations.
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