Increases came in the wake of similar adjustments on mid-November
Recent regulatory changes have had a major impact on the post-sale process
One of Canada’s hottest real estate markets has been added to CMHC’s list of centres where the organization detects high levels of risk.
With many unable to afford homes in Canada’s two biggest markets, investors are becoming more aggressive in their acquisition of property, as rental demand rises with an influx of immigrants and boomers
One of Canada’s largest real estate trusts is about to take over one of the largest collections of rental apartments in Canada – 25,000 residential suites in eight provinces and two territories
Falling prices and a plunging level of housing starts in two key markets are cause for concern to industry players who worry about a further slowdown in the economy
A research paper is calling for more information on foreign investment following a new report suggesting international players are using Canadian real estate to launder money
A recent case involving an unlawful tenant’s attempts to stay in a unit is testifying to the growing need for property managers – especially in multiple-door situations
A case out of Nova Scotia is highlighting the need for landlords to manage tenant relations in order to avoid the kind of discrimination charges stemming from an eviction
Buyers and investors who got in on the ground floor of Vancouver’s real estate boom are now starting to cash out and looking for properties elsewhere in the province
Toronto condo sales continue their summer surge, with sales showing year-over-year growth for Q2 2015.
A report from the Canada Border Service Agency shows that money laundering is impacting the Vancouver real estate market as the agency reports it has seized millions of dollars meant for investment over the years.