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
RBC, BMO and the rest of the Big Six, consider yourselves warned: The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has its eye on you, moving to increase its scrutiny of your lending practices to ensure prudence isn’t sacrificed for volume.
CRE is proud to announce the launch of our second annual Readers' Choice Awards. This friendly competition is to give you the opportunity to nominate those people who've really made your business bigger, better and more successful over the last year.
Rising consumer debt nationally has raised concern, and now Canada’s financial regulator is taking action by increasing scrutiny of residential mortgages held by banks, according to media reports.
Despite a recent slowdown in economic activity that has cooled real estate across the globe, Canadian housing demand and home values have remained relatively steady this year, according to a new report from Scotia Economics.
Industrial real estate demand in Vancouver continued to rise this summer, reaching its highest point in more than three years, according to Avison Young.
The Toronto Real Estate Board is calling on the Ontario Liberals and Progressive Conservatives to pledge to reinstate a provincial program providing rebates for home energy efficiency upgrades, after getting the NDP and the Green Party to commit to the program.
Rich buyers have remained active in luxury real estate, and some down markets have already returned to normalcy in the $1 million-plus range, according to an inaugural report by Christie’s International Real Estate.
Members of the Toronto Real Estate Board showed up at city hall earlier this week to demand Mayor Rob Ford make good on his promise to end the city’s land transfer tax sooner rather than later.
Yukon house prices are up 114% since 2005 to reach a record high $427,600 in the second quarter, according to figures from the Yukon Bureau of Statistics.
U.S. housing starts dropped 5% in August compared to July to a seasonally adjusted rate of 571,000 units, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The largest decline was in the multi-family housing side, down 13.5% compared to a decline of 1.4% in single family home construction.
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