• Waterfront living comes to Port Credit by Neil Sharma

    Port Credit has, in a few short years, exploded into one of the GTA’s most popular destinations, and with a slew of dining and live music options, to say nothing of easy access to Lake Ontario’s placid waves, why wouldn’t it be?

  • Condo insurance premiums on the rise by Neil Sharma

    Surging condominium corporation deductibles in Alberta and British Columbia caused condo insurance premiums to rise by 16% last quarter from Q3-2019, according to a new report.

  • How to maximize your ROI on a Vancouver condo flip by Neil Sharma

    Vancouver has long been Canada’s most expensive real estate market, which can make flipping homes a tricky endeavour. In a city where the benchmark price of a detached house increased by 8.5% year-over-year in October to $1,523,800, condos and townhouses offer the best bang for your buck.

  • 3D cost-cutting platform revolutionizing real estate sales by Neil Sharma

    The cost of marketing a real estate development in a presentation centre alone easily breaks six figures, but a new cloud-based platform is not only revolutionizing the way people purchase real estate, it’s cutting some of the costs.

  • B.C. can still fix flawed anti-money laundering laws: CD Howe by Neil Sharma

    British Columbia’s highly anticipated measures to combat rampant money laundering in the province’s real estate have been rendered toothless by the very government that designed them, charges the C.D. Howe Institute in a new report.

  • Home renovations spiked during lockdown by Neil Sharma

    Andrea Ross and her husband decided to renovate their home in Toronto’s Davisville Village to make it more functional after learning she was pregnant, and then the COVID-19 pandemic struck.

  • Platform touts intricate data points for investors by Neil Sharma

    Imperative to real estate investment are key market fundamentals, including economic opportunities and possible housing supply shortages in any given area, and then making a calculated decision about whether or not a property will have cash flow adequately.

  • Job growth decelerated in October: StatCan by Neil Sharma

    Canada’s economy sputtered last month with only 83,600 new jobs created—significantly below the 378,000 unique jobs generated in September—but the number of people who work from home grew by 150,000 in October, according to a report from Statistics Canada.

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