A new report from Rentals.ca reveals that, in the one-bedroom category, Toronto rents have surpassed Vancouver's, but the latter's two-bedroom units are still Canada's most expensive
Pronounced demographical underrepresentation in certain real estate sectors
The costs of owning property increased in most major cities across Canada after two consecutive quarters of improvement.
Think it’s all about kitchens and bathrooms? Or maybe you’re focused on the basement suite? Turns out a lick of paint could be the best investment you make for your investment property.
Any Klondike rush of small investors will have to wait at least until the end of summer for details on new developments planned for housing-starved, oil-bloated Fort McMurray.
Toronto is pulling home prices upwards, while other markets continue to moderate, according to the latest data from Canada’s national real estate association.
Another for-sale-by-owner listings site is taking a swipe at real estate agents with a survey charging they “blatantly disparage” that online option.
Now may not be the time for condo investors to cheap out on those purchases, even as a glut of inventory makes it harder to flip at a profit or rent for an excess of cash flow.
Investors who forget to factor in closing costs for buying a multi-residential property in Toronto and other key Canadian markets are closing their eyes to potentially tens of thousands of a dollars in expenses.
Canada’s rock-bottom interest rates have simply got to go, according to an international development organization, suggesting tighter mortgage rules have done little to lessen the threat of a housing correction.
From Canadians buyers hunting in the U.S. to Chinese investors searching for properties in this country – three quarters of a million people have now turned to a global real estate website since its launch six months ago.
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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Connect Asset Management Challenges the Financial Community to Invest in Downtown Toronto Real Estate for a Good Cause