While national sales numbers increased modestly, one languishing housing market appears primed for a rebound
The city’s median household income is less than even a rural market in the U.S.
Despite predictions of a slowdown, Montreal and other Canadian cities racked up both price and volume gains in the first quarter.
A 5% spike in housing starts – driven by condo developers – surpassed predictions for March, according to the latest numbers from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Investors with properties too “high-end” for Kijiji or Craigslist may be turning up their noses at success, with listing consultants using those sites to shift as much as 70 per cent of their rentals, including the pricey stuff.
It’s a market property investors in English Canada have shied away from, but growing concern about housing prices in the Montreal area are now fuelling new interest in La Belle Province.
Sunday’s 20-basis-point bump-up in the qualifying rate won’t likely exacerbate an already difficult qualifying process for small investors, say brokers, although it isn't like to help them compete with the growing number of homebuyers still entering the market.
Low rates and high temperatures conspired to increase home prices in the first quarter of 2012, according to new numbers from one of the largest real estate organizations, but few sales likely involved investors.
Despite rising prices, more Canadians than last year are confident that now is a good time to buy real estate.
First-time buyers are poised to take on condo and single-family home investors like never before with increasingly strong financial footing, according to a new report.
Investors may need to take a second look at commercial, with low vacancies and rising demand pushing the development of 9 million sq.-ft. of office space that may ultimately not be enough.
As prices begin to nudge up in Calgary, a growing number of owners are becoming convinced now could be a good time to sell and putting their homes on the market.
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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