Noticeable slowness in the top markets expected to persist
Five Saskatchewan communities to enjoy more affordable housing options
Key lender decisions are quickly drying up borrowing opportunities for real estate investors -- no matter how successful their track records or attractive their properties.
Outside of the condo market, there's increasingly little room for price negotiations in good ole T.O., with homes selling at 100% of the asking price within three weeks, according to new data.
Draft guidelines meant to bring more checks and balances to mortgage underwriting could see banks rein in on the credit increasing numbers of investors rely on.
As sales and prices flatten in Vancouver, the rest of British Columbia has reversed roles and taken off with a strong start to 2012.
A new service for investors and other homebuyers is providing a comprehensive insurance history of properties in Canada, including claims involving flood, tornado and more man-man disasters.
The writing may now be on the wall for homebuyers, with a top bank economist advocating even tighter mortgage rules that may ultimately benefit real estate investors.
Better-paid consumers may have taken the wind out of the government’s sails as it considers embarking on another round of mortgage rule changes.
If national real estate prices are to begin to decline or stabilize this year, it’s not going to be happening in the first few months.
Many struggle to build a real estate investment business, writes Sean Mathew Frederick, director of Coridian Capital, but they're just as likely to overlook a key tool in helping construct it -- mentorship.
Investor concerns that the recent surge in inventory will affect capital gains received some encouraging news this week that builders are starting to slow down.
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