News

  • Pension Board dives into hot Toronto market by Jordan Maxwell

    One of Canada’s biggest investment organizations has entered one of the GTA’s hottest neighbourhoods, a sign that small scale investors are finding value in one of the region’s most thriving markets.

  • Condo development without parking the future? by Jordan Maxwell

    Condo developments without parking are confronting affordability concerns as a new culture takes hold among millennials.

  • Town’s tax breaks draw investors by Jordan Maxwell

    One Ontario town is drawing investors to its city limits by offering a tax rebate to developers for mixed-use residential developments.

  • Investors easing up on oil concerns by Jordan Maxwell

    A recent poll shows that consumer sentiment for homes is at an all-time high with the fear of oil prices waning amongst investors and first-time homebuyers.

  • Greece crash to benefit property investors? by Jordan Maxwell

    The freefall of Greece’s economy could present opportunities for investors to cash in if the country returns to its native currency.

  • Interest rate hike puts investors at risk by Jordan Maxwell

    Scorching real estate markets continue to fuel concerns about a national housing crash, but it's concerns of an interest rate hike that’s worrying investors.

  • Industrial demand fuelling sector growth by Jordan Maxwell

    Industrial space is being gobbled up quickly in central Canada thanks to a low energy prices and a weak Canadian dollar, according to a new report.

  • Zoocasa returns by Jordan Maxwell

    Ten days after Zoocasa shut down, the discount real estate website has returned under new ownership.

  • What’s the better buy: Vancouver vs Toronto by Jordan Maxwell

    Talk of overpriced homes in two of Canada’s hottest real estate markets has one real estate group picking sides on which city offers the best bang for your buck.

  • Economist: Foreign investment misunderstood by Justin da Rosa

    Those who think that foreign investors are solely responsible for elevating Canadian house prices misunderstand its impact on the market, according to economists at the CIBC.

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