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]
“For many, large down payments are an important deterrent,” said an Ipsos news release, which isn't surprising seeing as most millennials or Gen Xers don't have $40,000-$50,000 lying around.
This home just set a record for the highest sale price in British Columbia's history. With panoramic views of the shoreline and mountains and its unique, modern design, it's very easy to see why.
REEF Technologies is focusing on using parking lots to essentially curate goods, and it already has over 5,000 locations and 15,000 employees under its continent-wide umbrella.
BrainBox AI is an autonomous building technology firm that has just launched the Real Estate Energy Savings Calculator for commercial buildings such as schools, hotels, offices, and more.
According to a report from Statistics Canada, household mortgage debt grew by $12.9 billion in March, followed by a larger increase of $17.7 billion in April.
ONE Development is a builder that also secures investor funds to help pay for fix-and-flip properties it purchases and, as a result, they receive preferred or common shares.
Amy Chan, VP of development, design & engineering at Choice Properties, says it’s a head-scratcher that Brampton has gone so long without new rental stock.
Buyer fatique has settled into the Canadian housing market with May marking the second month in a row of declining sales activity. Here's what the chair of CREA said in a statement.
“The biggest reason Oshawa is growing the way it has is interest rates being down for as long as they have and prices going through the roof,” says the owner of Dan Plowman Team Realty Inc.
Crown Condos in downtown Kingston is slated for occupancy in September 2023 and is mainly geared towards a younger audience. It's also attracting investors. Here's why.
If you’re a newer house flipper, you have probably heard about the 70 percent rule. Here’s your guide to the investing rule that can prevent you from spending too much money on an investment.
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