As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, even the number of online searches have fallen
Strong gains in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal are likely to build resiliency for the months ahead
Home buyers are finally stepping out of their winter slumber and snapping up new listings.
Frustrated condo tenants are calling for help from advocacy groups as they say they are being treated like second-class citizens.
With affordability and cost pushing more people into the rental market, Vancouver is now being dubbed the new Manhattan.
Young buyers have big aspirations of home ownership but are they deluded by repayment plans?
Condo investors wanting to cash out within the next 18 months will enjoy a healthy return, according to a new report.
Landlords in Ontario are being warned not to take advantage of a recent court ruling allowing tenants to pay more rent up front.
Investors are calling on the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) to allow for tax concessions on any losses incurred following the sale of condos.
Forget facts and figures, more Ontario buyers follow their hearts when buying properties.
Willing parents who want to help their children get on the property ladder are being warned not to follow the promise of quick and easy cash.
Forget price and location. An increasing number of buying decisions are dictated by superstition and magical thinking.
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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