Toronto has ascended to the acme of global cities, but it appears its expeditious rise vastly outpaced infrastructure development—the ramifications of which will soon be felt
Sales breached record levels ahead of stricter mortgage rules
Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine has released the Top 100 Neighbourhoods to invest in, with a third of those communities in investment-ripe Ontario.
There’s at least one sweet spot left in Toronto’s increasingly tart housing market, with Realtors pointing investors to triplexes and four-plexes in mid-market Etobicoke.
As a city-loving Realtor on HGTV, Philip DuMoulin educates consumers on real estate opportunities in the heart of downtown. But as a speaker for the upcoming Investor Forum Vancouver, he'll help delegates pick properties in any North American hood – be it urban or suburban.
The next big thing in condos is actually the smallest.
Commercial real estate may be the other shoe investors are waiting to drop, but for now, at least, that sector remains laced up and correction-free, according to a new report.
Landlords don’t want to scare away tenants by raising the rent, but here’s a lesson in how and why to do it.
Property investors looking to sell single-family homes in Toronto and Vancouver will likely see prices shrink little by little, month by month, suggests one economist, reacting to a new report on Canada’s housing market.
New, tighter mortgage rules appeared to push home sales off the proverbial cliff September, falling 15 per cent from a year ago, according to numbers from the national Realtors association.
The unsinkable Canadian real estate market appears to be just that, with new numbers pointing to continuing price growth in the country’s biggest market, despite fears of a correction.
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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