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
Investors holding onto detached homes in Toronto to make a quick buck on a quick flip may want to rethink that strategy, after the average price plunged in the first half of August, according to mid-month statistics released by Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).
Nearly half of Canadian baby boomers see their current debt level as an obstacle to reaching financial goals, according to a new survey.
A mortgage broker looking to use Toronto’s growing condo-hotel market to carve out a niche for himself is finding a dearth of lenders willing to write mortgages on those suites, which spend most of their time in a rental pool.
It makes more financial sense to buy a home than to rent one in three out of every four major U.S. cities, according to a new study.
The Canadian real estate market is not slowing down yet, according to the latest national sales forecast from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).
The national average price for homes sold in July fell to its lowest level since January, but the decline doesn’t necessarily point to an overall slide in home values, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).
While most types of properties throughout Canada in July took a dip in value from June, Montreal condos gained 3.7% to reach a median of $232,000 over the past month, according to the latest statistics from the Greater Montreal Real Estate Board (GMREB).
British Columbia suffered a major dip in home sales during July, but the situation could get better if interest rates drop, according to a new report by the British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA).
Despite growing concerns with the U.S. economy, a survey of senior executives on Canadian commercial real estate showed confidence remained high here, with a score of 66 out of 100 on the index reflecting third quarter expectations.
Lenders will likely introduce lower five-year mortgage rates to consumers in response to the latest dip in Canadian bond yields, which are now at historic lows, according to CRE contributor Peter Kinch.
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