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Canadians fleeing Ontario, Alberta for the Atlantic and abroad

An increase in time spent at home in the last year may be to blame for many Canadians reexamining the decisions on where they want to live.

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Commercial tenant eviction: Ontario

With new bills coming and going, and rules for landlords and tenants seemingly in flux all the time. Here is how commercial tenant evictions currently work in Ontario.

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Toronto snags number two spot for world’s largest real estate bubbles

Toronto is making global headlines this week after receiving the not-so-coveted number two spot of the world’s worst real estate bubbles.

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Expo to feature key markets for Canadian investors

This expo will bring together real estate professionals from the Caribbean and the U.S. to showcase investment opportunities for Canadians.

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Nationwide sales down in April: CREA

While sales might have been down on a monthly basis, sale prices were up 42% year-over-year, marking the largest ever increase.

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QE enriches the wealthy, ignores first-time homebuyers

“QE can boost wealth by increasing the value of assets, such as the investments Canadians have in their registered retirement savings plans or company pension plans."

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Canada’s rental markets cannot sustain imminent demand

It's difficult for Canadians to get into the market, so rental demands are skyrocketing. The only problem is, demand isn't keeping up with supply.

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Offers: why you should never go in condition-free

Considering these conditions are put in the offer to protect you in the event that something unexpected happens, I like to compare it to insurance: you might not think twice about it until you need it.

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The little-known reason housing prices are so high

Material costs, especially lumber, have skyrocketed during COVID-19. In fact, according to the president of Mutual Developments, prices have increased by more than 100%.

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Tips for getting first-time homebuyers on the housing ladder

A new Royal LePage and Sagen joint survey found that 62% of entry-level buyers are worried about saving enough for a down payment.

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Canada has lowest housing units per capita in G7

"How do you fix supply? That’s a really difficult question because of the amount of time it takes and the cost inputs," says Dustan Woodhouse, president of Mortgage Architects.

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Commercial sector hampered by dated property tax valuations

Some operators are essentially paying property taxes that reflect their values in 2016, not their present-day, revenue-depleted circumstances.

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Home renovations spiked 47% during pandemic

“We’ve seen an almost 50% increase in home renovation projects during COVID,” said Lawrence Krimker, CEO of Simply Group and owner of SNAP Financial.

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