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  • When is a lot not a lot? by John Tenpenny

    Whitehorse city council debates the sale of ‘one-third of a lot’ to apartment building owner

  • The Fed decision comes down by Will Ashworth

    With the most-anticipated announcement in months, the US Federal Reserve Board has now ended months of speculation

  • Student housing landlords at a disadvantage by John Tenpenny

    Property investors are up in arms over a decision to repay one of the richest universities in Canada for taxes it paid on student housing

  • Alberta market to receive ‘ill-timed’ boom by John Tenpenny

    New report says falling oil prices will continue to depress commercial real estate in Calgary and Edmonton

  • Home sales and prices continue to rise by Jennifer Paterson

    As summer ends and real estate’s busiest season kicks off, new figures from the Canadian Real Estate Association show actual home sales activity in August was up year-over-year, the third highest August sales on record.

  • The truth about foreign property buyers in Canada by John Tenpenny

    Canadians are debating the role foreign buyers play in major markets, but Toronto’s condo industry is actively courting Chinese investors and gaining key insights

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