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
Canada’s recreational property market got off to a slow start in 2015, according to a new report by Royal LePage, but agents are now experiencing a rush of activity as buyers make up for lost time.
One of the industry’s leading economists says employment data does not fall in line with Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz’s recent statements, and recovery could be on the way for Alberta.
April housing starts across Canada were down almost nine per cent from a year ago as increases in some urban centres failed to offset declines in the Prairies.
With higher house prices in many areas and economic uncertainly weighing heavily on some homeowners’ minds more are choosing to stay in their current homes and renovate.
The City of Montreal has announced a multimillion dollar program to boost commercial retailers.
Economic policies that apply to the whole country do little to curb the hottest markets and Ottawa seems reluctant to meddle too much anyway.
It could be Canada’s most expensive vacation property – if it sells for asking – but this Whistler home is unlikely to cash flow as an investment.
Homebuyers and investors have yet another reason to rejoice: one more economist has suggested that the Bank of Canada is unlikely in increase interest rates.
There was an 11.6 per cent increase in the value of building permits in March compared to the month before.
While opinions differ on both the level and the impact of foreign ownership of homes in Vancouver, many of the city’s residents are fed up with rising prices making the city unaffordable.
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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