With a $40 billion LNG (Liquefied, Natural Gas) export facility being built in Kitimat, British Columbia, real estate investors have been presented with a golden opportunity for returns on their investment seldom seen anymore in the Canadian market
Airbnb rentals are making a significant number of units unavailable to the market
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.
Older Canadians may be scratching their heads at a new poll that suggests many don't consider mortgages to be debt, but one expert says there is no denying what income property debt is: it's ‘good news.’
Royal LePage expands as Prudential Sussex joins the network… Canadian households’ $1.5 trillion debt; two thirds of which are home loans… Vancouver house approval process varies widely on location… Real estate industry needs to work with insurers on climate change…
Cyber Monday has come and gone, and while most consumers kept their bargain hunting to WalMart and Best Buy, some savvy investors turned to real estate for the greatest deals.
Alberta proposes condo law changes… Saskatoon passes $2 billion milestone… Typical detached home in Vancouver approaches $1 million… Consumer confidence rises on optimism of personal finances and house prices…
The rise of first-time homebuyers is increasing competition for established investors in Calgary as the continuous influx of inward migration and healthy job growth turns renters in the city into homeowners.
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