This is how crazy Toronto real estate has gotten
Analysts weigh in on the latest numbers surrounding the intensified growth in the Toronto real estate market
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.
New numbers from the CMHC add up to strong growth and signs that demand will be just as strong when those units come on the market.
Construction intentions for multi-family dwellings were down 8.1 per cent in April to 12,141 units, following two strong consecutive monthly gains, according to new figures by Statistics Canada.
An AirBNB host is now homeless – and blacklisted from renting in New York – after unwittingly renting his home out for an orgy party.
Canada’s recreational property market got off to a slow start in 2015, according to a new report by Royal LePage, but agents are now experiencing a rush of activity as buyers make up for lost time.
Investors may be too late to capitalize on one of Ontario’s growing residential markets, but they’re just in time for the commercial activity springing up from it.
Don’t try this at home! It’s a warning for investors looking to follow an increasingly hot trend for Canada’s hottest markets.