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 Conference Board of Canada's housing starts forecast is painting a positive picture for most Ontario cities.
A Montreal real estate broker and host of the HGTV show The Property Shop has accepted legal responsibility for a former employee that falsified a signature on contracts to sell two apartments.
First-time home buyers accounted for about half the homes sold in Canada in the past two years, despite decreasing affordability, according to a new study by economic consulting firm Altus Group.
New lender Equity Financial Trust has won CMHC approval – although that's not a signal for brokers to start sending in their A deals quite yet, said its CEO.
A recent poll released by for-sale-by-owner marketing website PropertyGuys.com suggests that a majority of Canadians believe paying a Realtor 5% commission to sell their home hurts their personal net worth.
British Columbia real estate prices were up 16% in April from a year earlier to an average of $598,308, but there was great variation depending on the location.
U.S. home prices declined 2.8% in the first quarter of 2011, according to a Freddie Mac report out this week.
Canadians are less confident in buying real estate this spring than they were last fall, according to a new survey.
While tougher mortgage rules have rekindled interest in condos, rising fees coupled with first-time buyer fears have limited the ability of brokers to capitalize on it.
Hamilton has replaced Waterloo as the top place to invest in Ontario, according to the Real Estate Investment Network’s (REIN) newest rankings.
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