Higher purchase and rental prices are pushing families away from suburban sprawls and towards smaller units
The auction marks the first of its kind in city limits, agent says
A proposed hike in development charges is threatening to compromise cash-flow potential for investors in Canada’s biggest market.
All landlords are catching on to the benefits of shorter leases, but a trend towards high frequency turnovers is raising calls for a crackdown.
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At least one economist is backing up the thinking of many experienced investors wary of the kind of overvaluation fears stirred by an IMF report this week.
Vacancy rates and cap rates in the multi-family market remained stable in 2014 and the same is expected in 2015.
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The IMF believes uninsured mortgages are contributing to an overvalued housing market.
Declining oil prices may be having a psychological impact on investors in this province, but it’s not a buyer’s market yet, says one expert.
Recent significant increases in housing starts and home prices in this Ontario city could be signaling a land of opportunity for investors.
As the trend towards a more long-term investment focus grows, the word is shaking off its negative connotations.
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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