Increasing home prices in the GTA are having a spillover effect in surrounding cities, according to a recent report
We talk the markets that showed the most surprising demand in 2016, as well as a forecast for the near future
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.
The Canadian dollar reached an 11-year low Tuesday as the country’s economy continued to slide into a recession, which is presenting a great opportunity for U.S. investors to snap up cheap property.
Following an investigation, a lawyer on the West Coast is calling into question a seminar designed to show Canadians how to make money investing in American real estate.
Oil prices have fallen to their lowest point since the 2008 recession, sending chills through the minds of investors who could be in for a rough ride with a housing correction on the horizon.
Investors are in for a surprise if they think looking for homes in bigger cities will yield higher rents as new data from Rentseeker.ca tells a different tale.
A number of cities in the Wildrose province will undoubtedly struggle as demand and prices are expected to drop while job losses continue to mount.
Transit and affordable homes are drawing more and more investors to up-and-coming neighbourhoods east of the GTA's downtown core and on the hunt for cash flow.
One neighbourhood in the City of Saints is being hailed as a hotspot for investors as infrastructure development and condo construction fuel renter interest.
A nearly 900 per cent increase in fees for landlords looking to convert low-income one-room units to more profitable rentals is nothing but “expropriation,” say some investors.