Toronto has ascended to the acme of global cities, but it appears its expeditious rise vastly outpaced infrastructure development—the ramifications of which will soon be felt
Sales breached record levels ahead of stricter mortgage rules
CMHC’s bulk insurance fund stood at a virtual standstill last year as the government clawed back on lender access to that portfolio insurance, making it harder for investors to win financing at the bank.
Here may be more proof that smoking tenants compromise resale value, with a survey suggesting half of buyers are inclined to give those properties a miss.
Sales volumes for homes in Toronto slipped 2 per cent in April from a year earlier while year-on-year prices were up by the same percentage, driven by unexpected strength in, of all things, condos.
Here are the last five of ten ways investor Gord Lemon urges you to beat the bushes for a deal. Ahem, a deal at a discount, no less. Note: They're in no order of preference or effectiveness, although all require initiative and, perhaps, a little luck.
Data issued by the U.S. Census Bureau Tuesday show that homeownership has hit its lowest level since 1995, while a separate release reveals the strongest across-the-board price gain since 2006 -- the suggestion being the U.S. is drifting away from an “ownership society” and toward a “country of renters.”
Cheap money and low interest rates are likely to remain for another couple of years, Canada’s Parliamentary Budget Officer said in an economic forecast Monday, offering more bearish sentiment than the Bank of Canada.
Insurance myths abound, according to a new consumer survey, and that ignorance can have pretty dire consequences for investors and other property buyers who are in the midst of renovating or have already paid the price, so to speak.
While talk of overheated markets focuses on major cities, data issued by StatsCan show the strongest price growth between 2006-2011 was outside the country's census metropolitan areas (CMAs).
The free listing service so many landlords rely on is no longer quite so free, with Kijiji moving this week to charge serial – more specifically, concurrent – posters for apartment rental ads.
A spike in listing sites and investment clubs has done little to move investors off the Multiple Listing Service, according to a new CREW poll.
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