RBC, however, says recent price increases may indicate a return to the insanity of years past
The increasing demand for rental housing reflects the declining homeownership rates in some of the major markets
Canada’s real gross domestic product (GDP) fell 0.1 per cent in January due in part to sagging construction and diminishing output from the real estate industry.
It seemed like a good idea at the time, but the rapid growth in utility costs are forcing landlords to cut a key term from their leases – or take a hit to cash flow.
With an average home price of $215K – a mere fifth of the Toronto average – this suburban hub is being called the next investment hotspot.
Calgary, Toronto slip down prosperity rankings but still high-fliers… Could Amazon’s new venture benefit mortgage, real estate agents?... Report suggests federal tax cuts will be offset by provincial hikes… Canadians don’t save regularly, mortgage payments no problem…
The budget was rife with tax increases, including those relating to real estate, but experts on the ground say those fee increases aren’t likely to have an impact on the market.
The Governor of the Bank of Canada has gone into damage control mode, defending the BoC's January rate cut.
Most Canadians would choose fixed-rate mortgage today… Lenders highlight features other than rates as competition intensifies… Builder shifts from the suburbs to downtown, says ‘no bubble’…
If you believe every headline you read, the relationship between landlords and tenants is one fraught with tension – but a new survey shows a much softer side.
Many investors, particularly sports fans, would be thrilled to have an NBA star as a tenant – but not this landlord.
With regulations around bidding wars about to change, one broker has developed a piece of technology aimed to revolutionize the real estate industry.
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