• Canadian real estate market still a top global performer by Editorial Team

    Canada's inflation-adjusted home prices were up 5% in the first quarter of this year compared to the same time last year, ranking as one of the biggest gains internationally, according to a global real estate report.

  • Vancouver ready to burst by Shane Buckingham

    The Vancouver real estate market has been the subject of much debate in recent years, but what's not in dispute is that homes in this west coast city are dramatically over-priced.

  • Calgary sales pick up in the inner city by News

    Homebuyers are moving back towards the inner city in Calgary, the latest real estate statistics show.

  • Toronto sales and prices continue to rise by News

    Toronto's real estate market continued to benefit sellers as sales were up 6% in May compared to a year earlier, while the average price was up 9%, according to the latest figures. A growing optimism from positive economic news and continued low interest rates was behind the strong sales numbers in May, according to Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) President Bill Johnston.

  • Luxury homes remain hot buy in Vancouver in May by News

    One in five properties sold in Greater Vancouver this year through May has been for $1 million or more, according to new statistics out this week.

  • Rental licensing could be introduced in your city soon enough by Shane Buckingham

    Since 2007, major Ontarian cities, such as Hamilton, London, Mississauga, Oshawa and Waterloo have introduced some form of licensing for residential rental properties.

  • House prices rise in March: Teranet Index by News

    National resale home prices rose in March at their greatest margin in nine months, according to the Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index.

  • Realtor challenges's zero-interest claim by Shane Buckingham

    Ever since last November when the Canadian Real Estate Association ceded to pressure from the Competition Bureau of Canada to open up its online multiple listings service (MLS) to private sellers, for-sale-by-owner companies, it seems, have steadily increased their business.

  • The rental-licensing landscape by Editorial Team

    Waterloo landlords won a small victory Jan. 10 after councillors voted to postpone a meeting that could sanction a city-wide rental licensing program, along with greater restrictions on the number of renters allowed to live in investment properties.

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