Investors seem unruffled by anxieties over the global economy and cross-border trade wars
The headlines about Toronto’s real estate market are a little misleading
Canada is about to play host to the world at the Pan Am Games, but experienced landlords are divided on whether to go for the gold and pursue short-term rentals.
The latest U.S. housing market figures herald good news for Canadian investors on the ground, as experts weigh in on why the market is still hot below the border.
Halifax saw a decline in home sales in March, according to the Conference Board of Canada, but it was one of just four major markets that turned negative in the month.
The number of residential real estate construction jobs in Alberta will drop over the next 18 months and the impact on housing will be felt.
For residential property the quality of life is a key factor and buyers will often be persuaded by the lifestyle that a home promises.
Yet another group of analysts are calling Canada’s housing market overvalued – this time by 38 per cent – which begs the question: should investors be concerned?
Hilliard MacBeth, portfolio manager and author of a recently released book about a Canadian real estate bubble, believes Canada’s market is more at risk than America’s market before 2008.
The increasing number of vacant homes in Vancouver is to be tackled by a new initiative announced over the weekend by the City of Vancouver’s chief housing officer.
Montreal condo buyers couldn’t wait to get their hands on a development of condos partly owned by local hockey team the Canadiens.
The elite of the building industry in Calgary and the surrounding area celebrated their successes on Saturday.
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