Optimizing, not maximizing, returns on investments should be every real estate investor's modus operandi
Other major markets also predicted to enjoy robust numbers this year
Canadian builders are showing little fear of a slowdown, as housing starts last month hit their highest level nationally since September 2007, according to the federal housing agency.
A condo growth spurt in Vancouver compensated for a slowdown in single-family construction, creating opportunities for investors frustrated by the dearth of affordable inventory.
The ratio of sales to condo units in the GTA has started to move in the direction most analysts – from local economists to your local barber – predicted.
Investors focused on student rentals are increasingly sticking to tried-and-true markets, rather than betting on ones popping up across the country, says one area specialist.
Reality is finally catching up to expectation, with Calgary's recession-hit housing market showing signs of resurgence.
Just under $140,000 is one heck of a prepayment penalty, charge members of an Ontario co-operative, pointing to CMHC’s demand it pay that sum in order to break a mortgage and seek refinancing throught a credit union.
Vancouver investors with visions of affordable houses in their heads, may not, in fact be dreaming.
Canuck investors trolling for foreclosure buys in the U.S. are increasingly moving their search from the Multiple Listings Service to the auction block, an effort to get a jump on a dwindling number of properties in many U.S. markets.
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