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  • Small-town Canada trounces urban price growth by Christopher Myrick

    While talk of overheated markets focuses on major cities, data issued by StatsCan show the strongest price growth between 2006-2011 was outside the country's census metropolitan areas (CMAs).

  • Kijiji moves to charge some landlords by Vernon Clement Jones

    The free listing service so many landlords rely on is no longer quite so free, with Kijiji moving this week to charge serial – more specifically, concurrent – posters for apartment rental ads.

  • Poll: Investors still favour MLS by Vernon Clement Jones

    A spike in listing sites and investment clubs has done little to move investors off the Multiple Listing Service, according to a new CREW poll.

  • Slowing HELOCs = fewer buying investors by Vernon Clement Jones

    There’s increasing evidence small property investors are shifting down from the fast-paced shopping spree of 2012, with HELOC growth coming to a virtual standstill in March, according to a new report from Equifax.

  • Legislation: Put that offer in writing by Vernon Clement Jones

    Investors told they face multiple bidders on a property could soon get that in writing and not just rely on the say-so of a Realtor.

  • Investors still facing bidding wars by Vernon Clement Jones

    A word to the wise – the wise investor that is: The underpricing strategy favoured by so many sellers in boom times is still in play across key markets.

  • The best of Canada's REITs by Vernon Clement Jones

    Not all men are created equal and neither are the darlings of Canadian investment – REITs. That at least is the conclusion of new market research by BMO Nesbitt Burns, attempting to sort the real estate wheat from its chaff.

  • Montreal: Canada's hottest luxury home market? by Christopher Myrick

    A survey released by Sotheby’s International Realty Canada suggests foreign buyers are helping drive growth in luxury home sales across key Canadian markets, especially Montreal.

  • BoC maintains tightening bias by Christopher Myrick

    Cheap money will remain the norm in Canada, with The Bank of Canada Wednesday maintaining its benchmark overnight rate at 1% -- even as it alluded to an inevitable increase, despite a downgraded economic forecast.

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