Higher purchase and rental prices are pushing families away from suburban sprawls and towards smaller units
The auction marks the first of its kind in city limits, agent says
“The Donald” has now declared Trump Toronto officially open, but have sales for condo units priced at $1,800 to $2,000 per sq.-ft. met his expectations?
Property investors aren't the only ones who think bidding wars are a losing proposition. A recent poll reveals that nearly three quarters of homeowners flat out refuse to engage in that kind of race to the top.
Investor demand in many parts of Western Canada led to skyrocketing housing starts in March, with a surprising number of those cranes over Regina.
The appetite for real estate in Toronto has continued to grow, but supply is lagging behind, putting upward pressure on prices, according to the latest stats.
A new poll suggests as much as three-quarters of Canadian homebuyers see monthly fees as a small price to pay for the convenience and amenities of condo life – something that may ultimately benefit investors looking to pass on those costs to tenants.
A domestic economy regaining ground alongside its U.S. counterpart wasn’t enough stimulus for the Bank of Canada to increase its key overnight rate Tuesday, with the growing threat of global oil prices and uncertainty in Europe encouraging it to maintain the status quo.
It’s an opening in the western frontier that more pioneering Canucks are entering, looking beyond Arizona's residential market to its re-emerging commercial one.
The average Canadian home price for March declined for the first time since September 2010, according to the latest figures from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).
There’s yet more indication investors – even those focused on buying fixer-uppers – will face increased competition from desperate homebuyers, with national sales rising 2.5% in March even as the number of new listings fell.
It’s a controversial suggestion that isn’t about to go away, with new calls for a ban on property buying by foreigners -- increasingly faulted for outbidding local investors.
Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that Devin P. McComb has joined the firm’s Seattle office as a partner in the Real Estate & Land Use practice
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