Investors have started speaking out against Fortress Real Developments' syndicated mortgages, primarily complaining that the risks associated with the investments were never verbally communicated
Development will feature 60 new lodge units and 30 self-contained apartments
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.
There comes a point for every investor when they’ve gone as far as they can on their own and it’s time to figure out whether they can work well with others.
More and more Canadians are extending the amortization on their car loans as a way of qualifying for bigger mortgages, according to a new survey -- suggesting that number will increase as first-time buyers look to move beyond renting.
A flood of Canadian snowbirds has officially made Arizona the top sellers' market in the U.S., according to new stats, at the same time Chicago steps up to become the best buyers' market.
Don’t break open the bubbly quite yet, landlords. A new report from Equifax suggests more Canadian households are getting a handle on the kind of debt that keeps them renters instead of homeowners.
The Bank of Canada surprised absolutely no one in maintaining its overnight rate at 1% Tuesday, although it now suggests there may be little choice but to increase it in order to curb rising household debt.
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
Grimsby skyline to be reshaped by tallest buildings in city: two-tower residential complex
Connect Asset Management Challenges the Financial Community to Invest in Downtown Toronto Real Estate for a Good Cause