"The returns in Orlando currently are what Ontarians saw three to 10 years ago"
Activity and demand in the city's rental market might be approaching record-breaking levels
A 10 per cent slip in Toronto condo sales forced an overall decline of 1.5 per cent in Canada’s most buoyant market last month, according to the city's real estate board.
Recent changes to mortgage rules have tightened lending restrictions across the country, but have also renewed interest in the often-controversial vendor take-back.
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announced Wednesday that there will be no more tightening of mortgage rules, following a series of revisions beginning in January.
An increasing number of economists are convinced the Bank of Canada will be forced to raise its key lending rate this year – despite tighter mortgage rule. But a new poll suggests over 80% of Canadian property investors beg to differ.
A new index reading suggests the confidence of Canadian small business diminished to an all-time low in July -- a sign rental markets may get even tighter.
In October, Halifax got an adrenalin shot in the arm, otherwise known as a $25-billion shipbuilding contract. While that's sparked unprecedented interest on the part of property investors across Canada, it has presented their local counterparts with real challenges, explains Halifax property expert Richard Killeen-Payne. The opportunities, however, are just as real.
The decision by Quebec professionals to split from the national association of Realtors is exposing a fault line on the issue of “fee-for-service.”
The newest incarnation of Canada’s gold rush may be set in Northern Ontario, with home price gains outpacing those to the south, including T.O's.
Condo investors in Toronto have every reason to be keep smiling, with two separate bank reports suggesting their assets are almost certain to retain their value at the same time their cash flow gets buoyed by rental demand.
Commercial real estate is increasingly where it’s at, according to a new report, pointing to low interest rates and the kind of limited supply that fuels rent increases.
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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