Wood frame buildings are not only bringing dynamism to Ontario’s landscape, they’re being touted as a way to develop “missing middle” housing
Feeble sales activity also continues to dominate the regional market
National home sales fell 12 per cent last month, compared to November 2012, according to new stats from the Canadian Real Estate Association.
The Ontario Securities Commission has put off a decision on whether to pursue action against Talon International Inc., despite several investors trying to get out of deals for Trump Tower suites.
This month, investors weighed in on whether they would flip or hold a condo in the current market.
Canada’s housing market has dodged a correction bullet, according to a new report released by Scotiabank yesterday.
BoC Governor Mark Carney has warned Canadians against getting too confident as the housing market recovers.
Toronto is home to the most tall-building developments in the western hemisphere, according to a new report released by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.
Investors dismissing the Toronto condo market may want to reconsider; they could soon find themselves dealing with a whole new type of tenant.
Following Loblaw’s lead, Hudson’s Bay Co. is considering creating a REIT, it has been announced.
A developing trend shows that the number of new housing starts across Canada have been in decline over a three-month period, something that could easily deter investors from purchasing new rental properties.
If there’s one area where savvy real estate investors excel, it’s finding and following through with lucrative deals. The very thought of purchasing a property and turning it into a cash flowing powerhouse is one that entices investors of all levels to get out there and start buying.
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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