• Montreal: Canada's hottest luxury home market? by Christopher Myrick

    A survey released by Sotheby’s International Realty Canada suggests foreign buyers are helping drive growth in luxury home sales across key Canadian markets, especially Montreal.

  • BoC maintains tightening bias by Christopher Myrick

    Cheap money will remain the norm in Canada, with The Bank of Canada Wednesday maintaining its benchmark overnight rate at 1% -- even as it alluded to an inevitable increase, despite a downgraded economic forecast.

  • Condo rentals surge as sales fall by Vernon Clement Jones

    Greater Toronto Area Realtors reported a 13 per cent rise in the number of condominium apartments rented through the MLS system in the first quarter, even as actual sales fell compared to the same year-ago period.

  • March real estate sales out like a lamb by Christopher Myrick

    National existing home sales were down 15.3% in March from a year earlier, although volumes edged upward on a month-over-month basis, gaining 2.4% over February, the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) said Monday.

  • Condo developers offer rent-to-own by Vernon Clement Jones

    Investors are facing a new kind of competition from condo developers offering rent-to-own programs for young Canadians who’d rather own than lease, despite tighter mortgage rules.

  • Investors react to new bank complaints process by Vernon Clement Jones

    Investors increasingly put out by “mysterious” underwriting decisions at the big banks may be less than pleased by changes to a complaints process that still allows lenders to handpick ombudsmen.

  • Realtors move to specialize in investor deals by Vernon Clement Jones

    A leading GTA brokerage is among those shifting its focus to investors, a tacit acknowledgement of the power and, indeed,the proliferation of those property buyers and sellers.

  • Homebuyer adaptability rains on landlord dreams by Vernon Clement Jones

    A new survey is suggesting any boon for landlords because of tighter mortgage rules may be temporary, with young Canadians deferring and not abandoning their home-buying dreams.

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