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  • Landlords face new battle in hottest rental market by Vernon Clement Jones

    City council for one of Ontario’s largest markets may have just set a precedent with dangerous ramifications for investors in student housing – both there and across the province

  • Property investors face cap rate challenges by Vernon Clement Jones

    The party’s over for Canadian investors in American real estate – well, almost over, if you’re talking cap rates

  • Campaign promise could hurt landlords by Jennifer Paterson

    A proposal to raise the ceiling on RRSP withdrawals for home purchases could win Stephen Harper votes with first-time buyers, but probably not with landlords

  • Investors cashing in on condo rental surge by Jordan Maxwell

    With many unable to afford homes in Canada’s two biggest markets, investors are becoming more aggressive in their acquisition of property, as rental demand rises with an influx of immigrants and boomers

  • Real estate trust dives into Toronto market by Jordan Maxwell

    One of Canada’s largest real estate trusts is about to take over one of the largest collections of rental apartments in Canada – 25,000 residential suites in eight provinces and two territories

  • Housing starts could spell trouble for Alberta by Jennifer Paterson

    Falling prices and a plunging level of housing starts in two key markets are cause for concern to industry players who worry about a further slowdown in the economy

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