Records continue to break in the nation’s hottest housing market
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Super-low rates are here to stay – at least if the Bank of Canada heeds one real estate CEO’s advice.
MLS home sales in Ottawa increased by 10.6 per cent in April compared to the same month last year.
The number of households waiting for affordable housing continues to rise in Ontario, as it has done since 2006.
An academic says that there needs to be tougher regulation on housing in Vancouver to curb rising prices.
Higher developer fees in one Ontario hub will inevitably get passed along to investors, although there’s good reason to rejoice, says one expert
You have only one chance to get it right, and a key region is moving to lay down the rules for real estate investors ahead of a projected economic boom.
As more and more television shows glamourize ‘flipping,’ experienced investors are suggesting a focus on a long-term strategy instead
House prices in Vancouver have increased again with the average cost of a detached home rising 12.5 per cent in April to $1.08 million with the benchmark for a typical home now at $673,000.
Sales of homes in Edmonton fell by 13 per cent last month compared to April 2014.
There were 11,303 home sales in Greater Toronto Area in April, the highest level on record.
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