Wood frame buildings are not only bringing dynamism to Ontario’s landscape, they’re being touted as a way to develop “missing middle” housing
Feeble sales activity also continues to dominate the regional market
More Canadians to buy homes due to low interest rates… Canada’s housing market is up to 20 per cent overvalued, says IMF… Loonie slides on poor GDP figures… Tiny homes continue to expand living options…
Something for the weekend ... Regardless of the outcome of this weekend's Super Bowl, one house in Arizona will likely see a depreciation in resale value.
It can be difficult to predict which housing market will appreciate in value, but apparently it pays to buy a property close to a Starbucks.
Most Canadians typically embrace an annual hibernation as temperatures drop in January and February – but you could be missing some great real estate investment opportunities.
The closure of a Wolverine mine in southeast Yukon could have a ripple effect on future real estate investment in the region, but one expert says not to worry.
CIBC expects another rate cut in March despite weak loonie… Property loan with 0.50 per cent rate cut…for businesses… Weak dollar will hit household budgets…
A recent report found that one in every 20 Canadian households owns at least one income property, citing that the stability of income afforded by rental investment is a strong motivator compared to other asset classes.
As declining oil prices threaten the real estate markets out west, experts are predicting a positive impact on the Ontario market – but which areas should investors be looking into?
How do you quickly and cheaply turn your tired property into a polished and highly desirable piece of real estate? Here are some top tips from experts.
Oliver says there’s no housing bubble… Analysts confident of another rate cut in March… Realtors adapting to ‘disruptive’ technology…
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