One of Nova Scotia’s best-kept secrets, Antigonish County is a smaller, affordable market with great potential and a low property tax rate to match
A favourite locale for cottage owners, this Northern Ontario market is full of great investment opportunities.
Halifax, Moncton and Charlottetown are among some of the more popular choices in Canada for investors seeking low vacancy rates and an affordable price point. Kit Kadlec reports
It's been a much stronger year for Ontario's real estate in 2010. Kit Kadlec highlights some of the best investment options.
In January of this year CRE spoke to several industry experts to see what they thought 2010 had in store for investors. Now we catch up with them mid-year to see what, if anything, has changed in their predictions and what investors should expect for the next six months
Contrasting the larger trends, various areas in British Columbia and the Prairie Region have stood out and are becoming the focus of investors. Kit Kadlec highlights them below.
Despite spiked sales activity and near double-digit price gain percentages, Atlantic Canada remains the most affordable entry point in the country.
Less reliance on the oil industry is one of the reasons Lethbridge has remained a more reliant real estate option than Calgary or Edmonton.
A popular B.C. area to live, vacation and invest, the Okanagan area continues to rank as one of the best real estate markets in the country.
A lack of housing supply is drawing investors from around the country to the provincial capital of Prince Edward Island.
Thunder Bay and Windsor have been some of the busier markets in Ontario, with investors Canada-wide attracted by their prices and potential. Kit Kadlec reports