The British Columbia government introduced a speculation and vacancy tax this week, sparking fears that it will stymie investment in the province
Sales volume expected to gain momentum in the near future
Canuck investors trolling for foreclosure buys in the U.S. are increasingly moving their search from the Multiple Listings Service to the auction block, an effort to get a jump on a dwindling number of properties in many U.S. markets.
Property investors and Canada's low-income buyers aren't the only ones caught short by rising home prices – affluent homeowners are struggling to make ends meet. Or, at the very least, they're increasingly afraid theyll have to.
A fire-breathing dragon joined more than 600 for the second annual Investor Forum Toronto last weekend -- with talk on any and everything, from student housing to evictions, fleshing out the fiery discussion.
Canadian investors unsure about the impact of foreign buyers on local home prices aren’t alone: the minister of finance isn't exactly sure either.
The property gods must have been listening to investors across the country -- although not those in the GTA -- as year-over-year gains in home prices slowed to their lowest level in nearly a year, except, of course, in the GTA.
With rental prices in many downtown units reaching beyond the means of young professionals, some tenants are bunking down in ever-smaller spaces to fit their budget.
Downtown is increasingly where it’s at for investors in Canadian commercial properties, with a report pointing to the number of young -- very urban -- professionals now dictating office location.
Getting CMHC to approve deals may soon be tougher for many homebuyers with the introduction of a new bill handing oversight of government-backed mortgage insurance to an increasingly strict regulator.
Too many investors believe you can’t fight city hall -- needlessly leaving thousands of dollars on the table instead of protesting inflated property tax assessments, says one leading advisor.
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