Neil Sharma

Neil Sharma

Neil Sharma

Neil Sharma is the Editor-In-Chief of Canadian Real Estate Wealth and Real Estate Professional. As a journalist, he has covered Canada’s housing market for the Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, National Post, and other publications, specializing in everything from market trends to mortgage and investment advice. He can be reached at [email protected]

Published Articles by Neil Sharma

Q3 population growth was 74-year low: StatCan

Due to COVID-19 halting immigration, Canada's landlords are desperate following the lowest population growth in 74 years.

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B.C. condo premiums rise through the roof

A new report says that B.C. condo premiums have soared by 40% because of "greater risks".

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This sector has driven real estate investment in 2020

The pandemic hasn't disrupted every real estate sector. Canada's industrial investments have hardly declined from last year.

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2021 could be banner year for this housing type

President of CanWise Financial and co-founder of Ratehub.ca is predicting an easier time for first-time home buyers to get into the market in 2021.

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Big payday awaits investors at Q&A Condos

Located in the desirable Beaches neighbourhood, the Queen & Ashbridge Condos have been sparking interest.

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Smart home technology reduces time on market

COVID-19 has improved the way condo owners can control certain features remotely.

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CMHC says these markets have ‘high degree of vulnerability’

Economic fundamentals don’t explain the country’s escalating housing prices and that’s indicative of vulnerability, says CMHC.

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Canadian housing prices slated to rise in 2021: Royal LePage

Average home prices in the region are slated to hit $990,300, according to Royal LePage’s 2021 forecast, while low-rise houses are anticipated to reach $1,185,800.

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Petition seeks provincial inquiry into the handling of Fortress Real debacle

Angry investors who've lost millions are demanding an inquiry from the Ontario regulatory agency to investigate the company at fault.

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GTA’s red-hot luxury property market poised for a makeover in 2021

Toronto's luxury housing market is expected to see changes in 2021 as the demand for larger terraces and balconies increases.

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