Just as its namesake suggests, Halcyon Developments delivers just that
Prices remained relatively stable, however
The window of opportunity for investors to get a slice of new residential developments in Canada may be closing, warns a new report from the Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP).
Four months after quitting CREA following concerns over operational and fee issues, two Quebec real estate boards have re-joined the national association.
A leading real estate analyst has warned Canadian investors of the “many high risks” associated with entering financial partnerships with local US-based investors.
Canada’s top banking regulator is confident measures to cool the country’s housing market are “producing reasonable results,” heard a Toronto investment conference Tuesday.
Low interest rates are driving demand for recreational properties in Canada, with over 50 per cent of those households responding to a new poll suggesting they feel compelled to buy under those conditions.
National home sales in April fell by 3.1 per cent compared to the same month last year, however, the average selling price increased by 1.3 per cent during this 12-month time period.
Economists are standing up to address concerns about the soundness of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp’s portfolio, answering speculation that the insurer would need a bailout should the housing market go south.
New condo sales in Toronto were down more than half in the first quarter of 2013 compared to the same quarter a year ago, but frustrated first-time homebuyers are gobbling up rental condos pushing average rents in the GTA to a record $1,856.
Canadian housing prices continue to soften, with the Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index up just 2% year on year in April – the smallest increase in its 15 year history, outside of the 2008/2009 global recession.
The Competition Bureau filed an appeal in federal court Tuesday, seeking to overturn a decision allowing the Toronto Real Estate Board to restrict access to key MLS information.
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