How does CoStar track cities’ commercial real estate developments in real time? By using a Cessna Aircraft, of course
In particular, the industrial property sector has seen ferocious demand and competition
The slight lull in one of Canada’s largest condo markets may soon come to an end, with the big banks refocusing on lending in that segment – but will investors now find it easier to seek financing for condo investments?
Alberta markets “hammered” in January says report… Interest rate cut less likely after inflation data… Developer says demand for rentals in Toronto is soaring…
The right to possess firearms is provided for in the U.S.’s Second Amendment, but such a right is not spelled out in Canada’s Constitution, which begs the question: Do landlords have the right to penalize tenants for possessing a firearm?
While the industry continues to chime in about the interest rate cut and its impact on first-time investors, seasoned investors are finding themselves left out in the cold by the banks.
Home sales in all major regions of the U.S. declined in January, but experts say Canadian investors should continue to look for real estate opportunities in local markets.
Big banks view condo developments as lower risk… Alberta MLS sales decline in ‘most areas’… Edmonton housing starts increase… Hudson’s Bay Co. announces joint real estate ventures…
It is widely known that much of the foreign investment pouring into the Canadian real estate market is coming from China, but the industry should prepare for an influx of investors from two other countries as well.
Toronto hit a record for unsold condo units in January, as supply continues to skyrocket. But what will this mean for prices and the health of the housing market as a whole?
Record investor demand for commercial property is indicative of long-term confidence in Canadian commercial real estate, according to CBRE, but what’s in store for Alberta?
Poloz gives little away on interest rates… Canadians don’t know how in debt they are… Calgary realtors take a long-term view… Alberta may end up with a surplus after all…
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