"The returns in Orlando currently are what Ontarians saw three to 10 years ago"
Activity and demand in the city's rental market might be approaching record-breaking levels
A new report on varying provincial fortunes hints at where to make that next real estate investment. Psst, there's oil there.
National home sales retreated in January from the strong finish reported for December 2011, according to the latest numbers from the Canadian Real Estate Association.
There’s yet more indication investors are finally getting the break they need to beef up their portfolios, with the B.C. Realtor association confirming a near-8 per cent dip in the value of properties sold during the first month of the year.
Condo investors in B.C. will soon face the same challenges as those in Ontario and Alberta -- now grappling with stricter disclosure requirements for condos and the concerns they present both short- and long-term.
This year and next may be déjà vu all over again for property investors looking to buy or sell, with CMHC predicting the national market will see the same kind of restrained growth it experienced in 2011, and not the correction many had feared.
Just under one-third (32 per cent) of Canadians indicate they feel positive about the outlook for the domestic economy over the next year, down from 43 per cent in
It’s a hard lesson that one real estate investor is anxious to keep novices from learning the hard way, advising them to make sure a prospective acquisition allows for enough cash flow to hire a property manager.
Credit unions are hoping their competitors' loss will be their gain, with Ontario’s largest player actively reaching out to increasingly unwelcome self-employeds
Housing starts slowed January, with multi-family developers – especially those in Atlantic Canada and Quebec -- responsible for applying the brakes.
The search for conventional mortgage financing just got tougher -- and may get tougher still -- with several Canadian lenders moving to cut their rental programs because of tighter access to bulk insurance.
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