Oshawa has shed its reputation as a rough and tumble Toronto suburb and emerged as arguably the best region in which to invest in the Greater Toronto Area
Investors cite the city's booming economy and open borders as its best attributes
Demand for condos shows no signs of cooling in the GTA and another key Canadian market, according to a new poll out Wednesday and highlighting the effects of escalating prices.
New developments in the oil capital of Alberta are offering both good and bad news for property investors -- the good being if you already own in that market, you're laughing; the bad being if you were planning to get in there, this article will make you want to cry.
Landlords in Quebec have hit back at social housing activists who are criticizing the state of rental properties in the region.
Montreal is set to host the latest instalment of Canada's premiere investor conference -- the event helping property buyers in and outside Quebec build wealth through real estate.
Buyer beware…especially when it comes to plumbing.
To say that Canada’s housing market has experienced its share of ups and downs would be no understatement. But after years of fluctuations, a new report indicates that the market is beginning to stabilize.
With many new condo developments springing up in Toronto, those on the hunt will have no trouble finding one that suits their personal needs. But there may soon be an additional incentive to act now.
Buyers can now get the ‘The Dirt’ on any condo development in Toronto – including the good, bad and ugly – following the launch of a new social real estate website.
A number of developers are requesting higher down-payments from non-residents in a bid to create occupied buildings and increase long-term property values, says one industry insider.
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
The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market