Expect deceleration in price growth, not a major crash
The central bank’s stance on the possible effects of new federal mortgage rules has raised questions on its possible next steps
As summer ends and real estate’s busiest season kicks off, new figures from the Canadian Real Estate Association show actual home sales activity in August was up year-over-year, the third highest August sales on record.
Canadians are debating the role foreign buyers play in major markets, but Toronto’s condo industry is actively courting Chinese investors and gaining key insights
A new study points out the greatest affordability crisis for renters tends to be the suburbs, where home prices have soared
Landlords, there’s a new teacher in town and he’s focused on better arming tenants in the fight against you
A recent study looked at barriers to housing and found some major cities wanting when it came to development restrictions
The federal election has one of the parties dangling a carrot for landlords.
The latest central bank decision is in – but does it align with analyst predictions?
It’s an extreme measure that Canadian landlords were eager to try here with their rent-control units, but New York’s crackdown suggests they need to resist the urge
Vacancy rates in key markets are growing as inventory rises and the number of good prospective tenants falls. Here’s how landlords can come out on top
It hasn't the cachet of Florida’s or Arizona’s real estate market, but Montana is proving just as susceptible to a sinking loonie as those more southern states