A new report estimates housing prices in the Greater Toronto Area will increase 6.8% next year, but investors can get ahead of rising costs by buying early
Condo sales surge pushes Montreal area real estate to best November in eight years
The latest housing sales stats through the first two weeks of November show there has yet to be any slowdown in Toronto.
Sales activity in Canada reached a nine-month high, led primarily by a buying surge in Ontario, according to the latest national statistics.
Vancouver may no longer be the hottest-selling property market in British Columbia.
The relatively lower cost of building new apartments in Toronto, as opposed to buying and repurposing old ones, is behind the latest world-leading building surge in the city, according to a leading brokerage.
Faced with growing membership costs, the Greater Montreal Real Estate Board said it is considering leaving the Canadian Real Estate Board (CREA) by next year.
In a first for Canada, real estate agents in Quebec are now being ranked online by clients, based on a customer satisfaction rating service.
Canadians are increasingly concerned about the increasing debt of their fellow citizens, according to a new survey.
A wide offering of choice and low interest rates has encouraged buyers to act in Montreal, leading to the best real estate sales month yet this year in October.
A revitalized housing stock in Canada, created through billions spent in new construction, renovation, and infill over the past decade, is an overlooked factor behind average housing price gains nationally, according to a Re/Max report.
As supply outstrips demand in British Columbia, home prices will decline next year, according to the provincial real estate association.
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