The pandemic has shed a harsh light on the failings of Ontario's Landlord Tenant Board
Several factors are expected to offset the headwinds resulting from the outbreak's impact on the economy, study shows
The Prime Minister and B.C. Premier have both ruled out taxing foreign investors in a bid to curb rising house prices in Vancouver.
Analysts are predicting that volatility in the government bonds market is about to lead to higher mortgage rates.
Developers in Edmonton say they need help from the government to try to attract more residents to the downtown area.
Hamilton has been dubbed an ‘anchor city’ for growth in a report by Colliers International.
New BCREA figures show the province had its strongest April in more than a decade – that despite growing concern about Alberta’s economic woes spilling over the border.
Months of lost rent, property damage and even hidden dynamite – “serial” tenants continue to terrorize landlords across Canada.
Landlords in one region might now benefit from a growing workforce, the direct result of the slowdown in Western Canada.
Landlords who were once the envy of their counterparts across the country are now facing rising vacancy rates with no expected influx of renters to fill them.
An executive from mortgage lender Wells Fargo has been named as one of the victims of the Amtrak train crash that killed seven people in Philadelphia.
Canadian homebuyers are willing to compromise on the size of their new home but some things are not negotiable.
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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Connect Asset Management Challenges the Financial Community to Invest in Downtown Toronto Real Estate for a Good Cause