The pandemic has shed a harsh light on the failings of Ontario's Landlord Tenant Board
Several factors are expected to offset the headwinds resulting from the outbreak's impact on the economy, study shows
Sellers who think that using all caps and exclamation points to make their ad stand out in the crowd are deterring a whole pool of buyers.
The problem of Ontario’s limited supply of single-family homes could be rectified soon thank to the province's baby boomers.
Some buyers are in danger of over leveraging their finances by engaging in dogged bidding wars.
Landlords are reluctant to move to electronic payments as they fear becoming caught up in fraud cases and breaking privacy laws.
Investors in the Barrie region may see their revenues boosted should the city finally give the green light for new housing changes.
Investors with up to four rental units will be hit hard by insurance premium hikes.
Investors need to wake up to rising utility bills or face losing profits, says leading real estate guru
Online blind auctions will become a more popular method for buying and selling real estate, according to the people behind a new service geared towards seniors and, in some cases, their heirs.
At last, homeownership is within the grasp of some Canadians but their choices may be somewhat limited.
Canadian snowbirds will sit tight during the fluctuating waves of the Canadian dollar but potential investors may not be as patient, according to a new report.
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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