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
BMO predicts house price correction in Toronto and Vancouver but not Calgary… Alberta economy may soften next year but no crisis… Business organization slams property tax disparity… Underground condo development: perfect for a nuclear apocalypse…
While Calgary and Edmonton have been hyped as Canada’s hottest residential property markets in recent weeks, some are warning that this is a dangerous trend for investors.
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House price index climbs 5.4 per cent in a year; 0.2 per cent month to month… Lenders still cautious about micro-condos… Jobs growth is driven by Ontario… Royal LePage CEO wins PR award…
Investors beware -- some agents suggest it is ultimately down to buyers to ensure all aspects of an MLS listing are true.
Canada’s wealth is increasingly in the west… Is the commercial property market in trouble?... Calgary non-profit sells 500th homes…
CMHC: Housing starts lower… Ontario’s consumers more confident now than Alberta… Home Capital applies to become a bank… ‘Palace of Love’ becomes most expensive U.S. property ever to go on sale…
Illegal marijuana growing operations in apartments, homes and commercial spaces are becoming a common challenge for Canadian real estate investors, say experts.
Edmonton investors are feeling confident about the economy, as the number of $1 million homes purchased continues to rise.
Investors looking to tap into the growing U.S. retirement market should broaden their horizons, looking past traditional destinations such as Arizona and Florida, according to a new report.
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