• Housing starts ring alarm bells for investors by Jordan Maxwell

    Population growth, supply and demand are the typical signposts that motivate investors – but with Canadian housing starts outpacing demographics, some fear that oversupply could drive prices down.

  • Showy sales tool attracts buyers by Jordan Maxwell

    If you’re of the mind that gimmicks don’t sell real estate, arguably the most useless gimmick of all is now driving hundreds of millions of dollars in sales.

  • Durham region attracting investor interest by Jordan Maxwell

    High home prices have sent GTA investors packing, with key neighbourhoods outside the region benefiting.

  • Landlords lobby for damage deposits by Jordan Maxwell

    The one province that doesn’t allow landlords to collect damage deposits, or even first and last month’s rent, is hearing a resounding call for change following a contest to bring attention to the issue.

  • Squatter case outrages investors by Jordan Maxwell

    A landlord who had his property broken into and then habituated for two months will now have to thousands of dollars to evict the unwelcomed guest.

  • Consequences of a bad tenant revealed by Jordan Maxwell

    Landlords will want to take the screening process a little more seriously after a recent case in Windsor, Ont. left a landlord on the wrong end of a raw deal.

  • Small landlords ‘shafted’ by tenant act by Jordan Maxwell

    A provincial landlord-tenant act is hurting small landlords at a time when the market needs them most, say investors concerned that the act increasingly favours renters.


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