This year, no one could predict what would lie ahead for the housing market during the novel Coronavirus pandemic that spread across the globe like wildfire.
At the beginning of the year, no one really knew what would lie ahead for the real estate industry (or any industry for that matter) due to COVID-19. Even experts were stumped on what would happen to the Canadian housing market and what tre ...
With the novel Coronavirus putting everything on hold, Toronto investors were left scrambling to find tenants. The city’s rental inventory skyrocketed as students no longer attended classes in person, immigration came to a halt, employees b ...
When prices climb, first-time buyers flock to surrounding areas so get their feet in the door of the real estate market, like London, Ontario. But now, amid the COVID-19 global pandemic, first-time buyers are being priced-out as prices soar ...
Rental prices have been down $200-$400 on average in Toronto compared to this time last year and may continue to decline in 2021 until things open up again
Open houses are appointment-only as COVID-19 numbers spike again as of Saturday, October 17. Virtual meetings should be opted for instead.
Potentially record-breaking $500,000 bonus going to the REALTORⓇ of the buyer of this $13.8 million condo in Vancouver’s Japanese-inspired new development on Alberni Street.
As CECRA, which was widely criticized, ended in September, what will the new Canadian Emergency Rent Subsidy bring to the table for tenants struggling to pay rent?
One of the largest mixed-use developments in Canada is currently underway. The Square One District Condominiums are estimated to complete in the summer of 2024 with units in the first tower already up for grabs.
75 per cent of Canadian homeowners are struggling to pay their mortgage due to COVID-19 with approximately $1 billion worth of payments being deferred monthly.
Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that Devin P. McComb has joined the firm’s Seattle office as a partner in the Real Estate & Land Use practice
Grimsby skyline to be reshaped by tallest buildings in city: two-tower residential complex
Connect Asset Management Challenges the Financial Community to Invest in Downtown Toronto Real Estate for a Good Cause