As real estate market data trickles in ahead of CREA's official release, we have a good sense of how three major markets have performed
Markets professional breaks down various home selling misconceptions
A battle between a landlord and a hydro company has heightened concerns about Hydro’s smart meters and the inconsistent readings, as well as possible health risk, plaguing some customers.
Industry veterans are pointing to one city’s second land transfer tax as a major drag on the market, especially considering the CMHC’s increased insurance premiums, which took effect on June 1.
New numbers show house prices jumped in May from the previous month, cooling talk from analysts and industry economists who have long warned of overvaluation of Canadian home prices.
Property managers and large landlords are pushing to dismantle a downtown development association that most feel has not provided them with bang for their buck.
A slight increase in rental supply in Canada points to the negative impact of lower oil prices on rental demand as a key factor for the jump, while other provinces remained stable.
Development projects underway and numbers from the Ottawa Real Estate Board are putting Canada’s capital on the map for investors looking to capitalize on growing Canadian markets.
Home sales were up in May, according to the latest stats from CREA, which point to significant increases in transactions and prices across the board as consumers looked to evade mortgage premiums.
Canada’s office markets are undergoing their most active development cycle in 25 years with 13.5 million square feet under construction, according to a new report.
The closure of online brokerage Zoocasa is drawing strong reaction from the real estate industry, including from those who supported it.
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.