Wood frame buildings are not only bringing dynamism to Ontario’s landscape, they’re being touted as a way to develop “missing middle” housing
Feeble sales activity also continues to dominate the regional market
As the Detroit housing market looks for a comeback from its economic implosion, property investors are rising to the challenge to rebuilding a city once considered the motor of American manufacturing.
According to a new sentiment survey from The Real Property Association (REALpac), commercial real estate lenders in Canada are more optimistic this year, and with reason.
Tenant activists are finding city halls across Canada increasingly receptive to concerns about rents that outpace affordability, with Vancouver the latest to listen -- and, indeed, to act.
Investors trolling MLS for foreclosure opportunities may have a tougher time identifying those properties, with CMHC and Realtors now agreeing to make the inclusion of that information optional.
A Chinese-language web portal launched today is seeking to make it easier for Chinese speakers to invest in Vancouver’s property market, or perhaps reignite interest among a customer base whose demand for West Coast properties has softened.
Experts in an industry where it’s increasingly difficult to make your mark have earned finalist spots for this year’s Top Investor Awards, with both new and seasoned players among 31 honourees.
Calgary -- and much of the rest of Alberta -- is increasingly billed as the promised land for property investors, but growing affordability for homebuyers threatens to scuttle that, according to a new report.
Landlords may be the only ones grinning, with CMHC now downgrading its forecast for home construction in 2013 because of the idling economy.
Numbers from Teranet-National Bank show a fifth consecutive month of decline in home prices nationwide, lending support for the increasingly popular buy-and-hold strategy.
Ouch! Back rent is rarely ever collected by whipping a tenant’s backside -- a painful lesson for one landlord, but even more so for his renter.
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