The government of Ontario is exempting new builds from rent control
Costs are the greatest barrier for a significant fraction of the young renter demographic
The 905 area, including the Niagara Peninsula, Hamilton, Oshawa and the suburban GTA, is still a sellers’ market, according to a report by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).
The plunging price of oil may be negatively impacting house prices and small businesses in Western Canada, but perhaps investors should look to parts of Atlantic Canada, which are experiencing a higher level of confidence in the market.
Toronto sees 46 per cent increase in $1 million condo sales… Alberta housing market starting to slowdown, says BMO… BC property benefits from LNG plans…
Hamilton is poised to be one of the strongest housing markets in the country in 2015 -- but is it too late for investors to catch the train?
Canadian real estate investors simply can’t expect to see the value gains in 2015 that they’ve seen in the past decade, say experts.
To make a prediction for Canada’s crazy housing market would be, well, crazy, but like RE/MAX Condos Plus, some agents believe it’s safe to say high-rise living will continue to post strong gains in major markets – especially for larger family-friendly units.
Hamilton is 2015 boom town says TD Bank… Edmonton beat expectations in 2014… Confidence in real estate prices starts the year lower… Two thirds of Canadians are optimistic of hitting their financial goals…
Investors looking for the next trend in the condo market may need to squint: micro-condos are set to take Canada’s densely populated cities by storm.
New condo record for Calgary… BC homeowners see rising values in latest assessments… Weak start to 2015 for the loonie...
Vancouver building permits set record; commercial set for busy year ahead… Canadians resolve to pay down debt… MLS record for Calgary’s high-end homes…
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