Home inspections are crucial in any housing transaction, but for an investment property they can go a long way towards determining how lucrative the returns are
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Many Canadian property owners are searching for another purchase sooner than expected, according to a new TD Canada Trust report on repeat buyers.
With an originations slowdown sending brokers scrambling to diversify their portfolios, a top Ontario player is arguing “niche” brokering may actually be the best way forward.
When home sales are down, real estate boards have sometimes blamed unusual weather for sluggish activity. About two in five real estate agents back that theory of weather's impact, according to a new survey by Royal LePage Real Estate Services.
The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) has rejected recent legal pressure by insisting on developing password protected websites to list properties.
A recent British Columbia Supreme Court case is likely to make potential buyers think twice before backing out of a deal to buy a home.
Investors holding onto detached homes in Toronto to make a quick buck on a quick flip may want to rethink that strategy, after the average price plunged in the first half of August, according to mid-month statistics released by Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).
Nearly half of Canadian baby boomers see their current debt level as an obstacle to reaching financial goals, according to a new survey.
A mortgage broker looking to use Toronto’s growing condo-hotel market to carve out a niche for himself is finding a dearth of lenders willing to write mortgages on those suites, which spend most of their time in a rental pool.
It makes more financial sense to buy a home than to rent one in three out of every four major U.S. cities, according to a new study.
The Canadian real estate market is not slowing down yet, according to the latest national sales forecast from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).
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The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market