According to a report from Altus Group, commercial real estate firms are beginning to adopt property technology platforms in ways that promise to change the industry in the near future
The market has become a favoured destination for sound investments and relaxed lifestyles
Canada’s finance minister says the country’s real estate market has avoided the so-called bubble, with many markets already experiencing a soft landing.
Canadian economists have suggested that the Bank of Canada will look to increase rates sooner rather than later, with the Bank of America expecting a rate cut.
Like the butterfly effect, one country’s foreign investor policy could impact Canada’s real estate market, say experts, funnelling more buyers to already-hot markets across the country.
In some parts of Canada, those who may have been planning to buy a new home are putting that move on hold.
The commercial real estate sector will see changes from emerging technologies, according to a report from Colliers International.
The city of Medicine Hat in Alberta has ended homelessness; the first Canadian city to do so, according to its mayor.
As Alberta’s new government settles in, landlords in the province say they are prepared to fight against any attempts to tighten rent controls.
School is out for some of Ontario’s hot student rental markets, where cash flow for investors is becoming more difficult to achieve – but experts suggest alternative markets destined to be hot.
Gone are the days of tired old cardboard signs to advertize a rental unit – if landlords want to fill that vacancy quickly, they better get online and get social.
If home sales continue of their current path, TREB is projecting a record month of May for the GTA.
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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