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
A new report suggesting Canadians have an average of 15 years left on their mortgage may support critics of the government move to tighten mortgage rules.
Whoa! Investors expecting the Bank of Canada to up its overnight rate this year, think again, say economists with the Bank of Montreal
A new survey says the Canadian market for initial public offerings (IPOs) stalled in the second quarter, but the continuing popularity of REITs shows consumer confidence in Canadian real estate is strong.
A survey shows Calgary topping commercial real estate returns worldwide, ahead of London, Sydney and New York.
Competition Commissioner Melanie Aitken announced today that she will resign on September 21 -- halfway through that contentious hearing between the bureau and the Toronto Real Estate Board, set for earlier that month.
The majority of property investors are already licking their chops, anticipating tighter mortgage rules will allow them to bump up rents, suggests a new CREW poll.
Investors looking for new opportunities may ultimately find themselves in the business of providing homes for the growing number of seniors, especially those in Western markets where vacancy rates are among the lowest in Canada, according to a new CMHC report.
The near-parity of Canadian and U.S. dollars now driving real estate investment in Arizona and Florida could soon be on the way out, according to a Toronto economist.
Tightening mortgage rules aimed at cooling Canada’s housing market “may have come too late” to prevent a hard landing.
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
The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market