Canadians spend too much money on rent and not only does that obstruct their abilities to save for down payments, it cuts into their rainy day funds
Reliability and transparency offer robust defences against suspicious activity in real estate
Genworth follows CMHC with premium increases… Vancouver house prices to hit $4.4 million… Edmonton has enough vacant lots to house almost 8,000…
Strong Canadian house price gains are now purely a two-city phenomenon, while a "soft landing" is well underway across most of the country.
Increase will impact buyers and investors who put less than 10 per cent down.
CMHC announces higher premiums for risky loans… Condo owners struggling with insurance… Edmonton prices up, sales down…
As Canadian house prices continue to rise, the dream of homeownership remains out of reach for many Canadians – good news for investors who have a larger pool of renters to choose from.
In a stark contrast to Calgary’s housing market drop-off, two key cities in one western province reported strong sales during the month of March.
Finance Minister has scheduled the budget and promised it will be balanced.
One of Canada’s hottest housing markets is helping renters become homeowners – but will investors in the city be impacted?
Seasoned landlords are cautioning investors about the growing practice of permitting, and even subsidizing, tenant DIYs, suggesting even small projects can result in big costs.
Nine real estate veterans have fought their way through increasingly tough market conditions to claim Canada’s Top Investor Awards for 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