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Over half said their investments in the sector outperform their other financial assets
Slumping February numbers for housing starts nationwide in no way reflect the spectacular growth shown in Toronto.
Investment guru David Chilton was one of 60-plus experts to guide delegates at the third-annual Investor Forum Toronto – the event focused on professionalizing the industry and helping Canadians “deepen wealth through real estate.”
Investors are welcoming the introduction of online degrees in real estate development and finance as proof of the growing complexity and, indeed, legitimacy of their profession.
A report presented at Toronto's Economic Development Committee may comfort investors worried about sustainable housing demand, with Canada's brawniest city overtaking Chicago as the fourth-largest in North America.
Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Realtors reported 5,759 sales through the MLS system in February, a 15 per cent year-on-year decline in volume, even as the average sales price rose 2 per cent over the same period.
A resurgent U.S. stock market is expected to zap property investment interest -- not only south of the border and not only from Canadian REITs.
As investor interest grows in commercial markets, so too does the risk for commercial real estate fraud.
Here's something that may give property investors pause: One of the big three global ratings agencies says Canadian housing prices are overvalued by about 20 per cent in real -- and, perhaps, frightening -- terms.
Canadians are the largest foreign buyers of real estate in the U.S., according to a new report from the American association of Realtors.
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The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market