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
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Two-thirds of real estate investors say the change in amortization for government-insured mortgages will hurt them.
Canada’s Realtors are offering a cautious thumbs-up for the government’s plans to ratchet down even further on mortgage rules.
The reprieve Canadian homebuyers thought they had is no longer, with the government confirming it will now lower the maximum amortization on an insured mortgage to 25 years and cap refinances at 80 per cent of a home's value.
Amid growing economic uncertainty in Canada’s housing market, mortgage finance expert Jane Londerville has called for a levelling of the playing field for government-backed residential mortgages.
Think a tenant’s home insurance doesn’t affect you? Think again.
Where are the property investors? It’s what officials in Saskatchewan’s boom town are now asking as they grapple with 1,200 high-paying job vacancies, but nowhere to put those migrant workers.
Alternative lenders -- among them an industry leader -- are now pushing into Nova Scotia, just ahead of any boom expected from that $25 billion shipbuilding contract.
Investors who’ve flat out refused to enter the commercial space may want to rethink that decision, with a new report suggesting skin-tight vacancy rates have exposed booming opportunities.
There’s yet more support for the wait-and-see acquisition strategy of some investors, as Canada’s biggest and strongest real estate market finally shows signs of cooling.
Investors who've already sold units in a pair of curvy Mississauga condos may want to kick themselves -- those buildings having just won an international award, and all the price appreciation that comes with it.
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The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market