Canadians spend too much money on rent and not only does that obstruct their abilities to save for down payments, it cuts into their rainy day funds
Reliability and transparency offer robust defences against suspicious activity in real estate
Real estate will finally get a starring role on the U.S. stock market, which experts say will lead to a confidence boost for investors.
No oversupply of condos; we may even need more… Property prices in Toronto to continue rising says CMHC… Commercial property costs rocket in Vancouver… Halifax office vacancy rate rises…
Mortgage rates set to stay lower for the next six months… Calgary’s most successful condo launch since the recession… Ontario tax hikes not ruled out… Federal infrastructure building project “open for business”…
New numbers suggest the B.C. housing market is failing to keep pace with inward migration, presenting investors with the kind of opportunity many thought was lost.
Analysts warn house prices can’t keep climbing... Canadians are less optimistic on house prices... Rental crisis in BC... Ontario revenues fall forcing the use of reserves...
The majority of CREW readers -- investors themselves -- are suggesting the phenomenon of rents outstripping mortgages has more to do with market forces than landlord ambition.
Though economists have predicted a very slight softening of the economy in Calgary and throughout Alberta next year, some real estate experts warn investors to be cautious.
Average housing prices across Canada were up nearly $30,000 year-over-year in October, from $391,931 in October 2013 to $419,699 in October 2014, according to monthly data from CREA.
Another part of the GTA price surge story… Planning to buy south of the border? Do the research… ATB Financial: Alberta economy will slow down for the next few years…
It is increasingly important for investors to do their homework and be educated about the real estate industry, caution experts.
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