As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, even the number of online searches have fallen
Strong gains in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal are likely to build resiliency for the months ahead
The volume of luxury home sales in Calgary has almost halved according to figures from the Calgary Real Estate Board.
Overall construction across Canada is expected to drop by two per cent as a result of the decline in oil prices, though Ontario remains in an optimistic position, according to a new survey.
Real estate agents and developers in Vancouver say that foreign ownership of commercial property in the city may be overstated.
The weekly survey of Canadian confidence in the economy continues to increase but the percentage believing that home prices will be higher in 6 months is lower.
It’s been called a “cash grab,” but a costly trend taking root in suburban Ontario is threatening to hit Toronto landlords.
A potentially record-setting sales price has confirmed this Ontario city as the province’s hottest, say experts.
The case of a wrong moving date and a wedding dress thrown in the dump will cost a pair of landlords thousands.
A new report by BMO Nesbitt Burns suggests that Newfoundland and Labrador could slip into a shallow recession this year with Alberta on the borderline.
Kennedy Stewart, the MP for Burnaby, has once again called for a housing study to be conducted by government agencies and for these to include data on foreign ownership.
The commercial real estate market in Ottawa is improving, according to a report from Colliers International.
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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