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
A real estate group is coming out in strong support of foreign investment and is beating back suggestions that international buyers are hurting Canadian real estate.
A rapidly growing private-sector rental market has landlord groups backing a series of recommendations meant to keep it that way.
A tough job market in Canada’s oil towns – and the foreclosures associated with them – are opening up opportunities to investors otherwise shut out of key neighbourhoods.
One Canadian city is getting serious about landlords who fail to keep their units – inside and out – up to par.
As Canada’s increasingly hot real estate market pushes many homeowners back to the rental market, a new infographic demonstrates just how many apartment units there are across the country.
First-time homebuyers make up 45 per cent of the 620,000 homes sold across Canada in the past two years, according to a new survey.
Four months after having its hand slapped by TREB, this online brokerage is closing its doors.
A tough job market has reversed the fortunes of landlords once the envy of investors across the country.
More interest in rental units may have affected investors who own condos and are already worried about the cash flow challenges ahead.
One of Ontario's best investor markets is primed to benefit from a slowdown in housing starts even as some existing property prices shot up due to limited supply.