Suburban allure has largely become a thing of the past, but in the Greater Toronto Area—where the cost of housing grows astronomically by the month—the outskirts are becoming cost-friendly alternatives for renters
Results highlighted the financial vulnerability of a significant fraction of Canadians
Despite warnings of an overvalued housing market and plunging oil prices, a new report suggests that home prices across Canada will increase by 2.9 per cent in the year ahead.
Do you have an investment opportunity lined up for January? You should, according to one Toronto-based real estate company, since the cheapest day of the year to buy a home is just one week away.
A recent rise in the assessment value of properties in Nova Scotia does not reflect market value in the province, say experts.
House prices declined for the second consecutive month in December, but is this just an indication of real estate’s slowest month of the year?
Conference Board mentions recession for Alberta, Prentice says no… Ottawa office sector set for shake-up… No slowdown in household debt…
While some markets west of Toronto bask in the limelight of positive forecasts for 2015, investors are being reminded that there are great opportunities east of the city too.
The number of condos rented in the Greater Toronto Area in 2014 topped 2013, with a growth of 15 per cent, to 22,765 units – great news for investors in the condo market.
It's still early in the winter season, but if the snow and dropping temperatures are getting you down, why not consider the real estate opportunities in the Caribbean?
The high prices of houses in West Vancouver, where the average cost of a home rose 3.8 per cent to $1.67 million in December, is already having an impact on the value of surrounding areas.
Weaker housing market in Calgary as oil revenues plunge… U.S. citizens in Canada may face house tax bills… Energy costs to soar in Alberta…
Grimsby skyline to be reshaped by tallest buildings in city: two-tower residential complex
Connect Asset Management Challenges the Financial Community to Invest in Downtown Toronto Real Estate for a Good Cause
The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market