The 10-year fixed mortgage offered by HSBC—which goes as low as 2.99%—could prove to be just what investors need in markets, like Toronto, that provide diminishing returns
Toronto and Montreal numbers offset the weaknesses observed across B.C.
The prediction of a mortgage rate hike in 2015 is likely to bring a surge of investors into the market early next year, according to a new report, as buyers aim to secure a low rate before the Bank of Canada ends its one per cent run.
Vancouver condo buyers hit by steel dispute… Consumer confidence falls with the oil price… U.S. mortgage lenders offering deals with three per cent down… Canadian realtors take to the skies…
A new round of tax credits is now available to residential developers and investors in downtown Winnipeg, but one expert says that investors should not be forming their strategies around these types of incentives.
Real estate professionals are increasingly using small, commercial drones to size up a property -- should investors follow their lead?
Residential building permits fall in latest report… Non-residential building permits surge… Fitch warns of “unsustainable” levels of household debt including mortgages…
Housing starts across Canada remained flat year-over-year in November, although seasonally-adjusted numbers point to growing momentum in British Columbia and Quebec as developers ramp up projects to meet the demands of immigration.
Canada needs another 4.5 million homes warns study… Calgary relaxes rules on gated communities… Lenders face challenges in 2015 despite $31.7 billion profits…
Toronto house prices keep on rising… It hasn’t all been booming; Canada’s more moderate property markets… Canadians are saving 40 million dollars a day from lower gas prices…
A low Canadian dollar is expected to increase demand for industrial space in the GTA, according to a new report – that despite a 25 per cent drop in leased commercial space compared to a year ago.
Market conditions may be chipping away at the Canadian bias for brick houses, with a new poll suggesting investors see little short-term value in what remains a more costly purchase.
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