With residential prices climbing in two of Ontario’s most desirable markets, should investors target commercial properties there instead?
Getting into this asset class could shield investors from a housing market crash, says an expert
Property investors are searching for ways to capitalize on a surprisingly buoyant end of the market -- one where the forces of supply and demand are now creating windfalls for sellers.
It may be good news for property investors if no one else, but one of the country's most-respected personal finance experts is among those questioning the so-called superiority of homeownership, especially for young Canadians in the current market.
The rate that attracted Jim Flaherty’s scorn is back, with at least two mortgage brokers offering a 2.99 per cent five-year fixed rate mortgage.
CREA should consider taking drastic measures to prevent sellers and agents using photoshop to dress up property images, according to industry players.
One of the country’s leading realtor and developers has criticized the big five for not providing lending for micro-condos.
A number of the country’s leading industry leaders will go head-to-head next month to debate some of the key issues affecting investors.
Homeowners in parts of Ottawa could be offered the rare opportunity to expand their property size and enjoy increased values.
Despite concern for the high-end of the market by some analysts, sales of luxury homes hit record levels in a majority of Canadian cities during 2013.
Is the government about to reverse its aggressive market cool down strategies?
Investors should resist following their peers and take the plunge before prices inevitably rise in hot markets.
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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