Home inspections are crucial in any housing transaction, but for an investment property they can go a long way towards determining how lucrative the returns are
Multiple crucial factors are contributing to this demographic migration
Canadian Real Estate Wealth magazine enjoyed its best third quarter ever, with all three issues making real strides in newsstand sales.
A slowing real estate market is buffing up the shine on what many already call “the property investment capital of Ontario.”
New research suggests cap rates for Toronto condo investments are running in and around 4 per cent, despite some of the highest rents in Canada and the kind of preferred pricing many players access.
Investors can expect the status quo to stick around for the next six months, with CMHC pointing to the same kind of homebuying demand that ushered in the lowest vacancy rates in decades.
A well-known Ottawa Realtor -- calling herself the Condo Queen -- has been fined $206,250 and had her license suspended for four months after pleading guilty to obstructing an investigation into her unlawful use of agents.
It’s a landlord’s market in most Canadian cities and condo developers, facing falling demand for their units, are jumping on the bandwagon.
Imbalanced taxes, rent control overhauls and better processes to protect investor pocket-books; these are just some of the gripes the Federation of Rental-Housing Providers of Ontario is lobbying the government to resolve.
When it comes to generating wealth through multi-residential investments, Turgeon is a wealth of information himself.
Dave Dubeau is Canadian through and through, but finding his way back into the job market after a decade overseas was tough.
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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