Canada’s industrial real estate sector is thriving, according to a new report from Morguard, however, the same cannot be said of the country’s office space submarket.
A surge in Canadians’ disposable incomes and a decline in their spending habits has resulted in approximately $170 billion of surplus of cash, $90 billion of which is tied up in households, according to a CIBC report.
Uncertainty is a dominant theme going into 2021, according to a new report from PwC, but there are some sure bets.
The projection for rental housing demand in Ontario has doubled in a few short years to create a supply gap north of 40,000 units, driven by a propitious economy, falling homeownership rates and mass immigration, according to a report from Urbanation and the Federation of Rental-housing Providers of Ontario (FRPO).
Following trends seen in New York and London, people are leaving the Greater Toronto Area for spacious pastures, but unlike the former two cities, a pattern unique to the GTA has emerged.
Historically low interest rates have been the impetus for a homebuying frenzy that’s swept much of Canada, but it’s also presented a unique, if a once in a lifetime, opportunity for real estate investors.
Many real estate investors took advantage of mortgage deferrals that were offered at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and while they thought they had received reprieves, they, in fact, opened up another can of worms.
When he ran Mutual Gain in 1990 as a cost consultant for banks, Mike Bowering often spoke in front of the Ontario Home Builders’ Association, where attendees wanted to hear about lumber and other construction costs.
Despite headlines to the contrary, Canada’s housing market is in the early stages of a slump, claims a new report from the Real Estate Investment Network (REIN).
Renting a one-bedroom apartment in North York nets landlords $25 more a month than in Toronto, making it Canada’s most expensive city for that type of rental, according to a new report from Rentals.ca and Bullpen Research & Consulting.
Canadian homes sales declined marginally by 0.7% in October from a month earlier, but actual activity compared to a year ago increased by 32.1% because of how many people have chosen to upgrade their households, likely as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association.
The health and safety of workers is, and remains, the most important concern of the Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON).
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
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