"The returns in Orlando currently are what Ontarians saw three to 10 years ago"
Activity and demand in the city's rental market might be approaching record-breaking levels
The move is having a positive impact on homebuyers and investors, but one analyst believes the Bank of Canada's decision to cut the overnight rate in late January will negatively affect the economy.
Rental housing makes a comeback… Quebec firm plans next generation of seniors homes… More U.S. renters plan to buy, housing market confidence increases…
Despite declines and weaker sales in some major cities, homes sales were up nationally.
February’s housing price index marked the fourth straight deceleration, an early sign of cooling housing markets across the country.
Report warns of mass mortgage default… RBC predicts housing market will be “buoyant” with regional diversity, 2016 will be slower… Household debt edges higher again… So what do you get for $51 million in Vancouver these days?
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.
Why are Toronto and Stockholm side by side?... Debt firm warns of “laissez faire” attitude to borrowing… Proposed tower will become Canada’s tallest building…
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.
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
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