In response to a Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation report assessing cash flow in Montreal’s new high-rise condo towers—specifically concluding that up to 75% of investor-landlords are in the red—it’s being posited that the report paints an incomplete picture
More homes in the city are being sold at an ever-faster rate
While much of the U.S. real estate market remains on life support, some favorite spots for Canadian investors have started to show signs of life -- a few even garnering double-digit price gains in the first quarter.
Lenders are increasingly rolling up -- and not out -- the red carpet for Toronto's condo developers. At the same time they're locking the vault when individual condo investors come to call.
More fuel has been added to the fire, as talk of a Canadian housing bubble continues to gain momentum, with the latest data showing more home price gains.
Alberta`s real estate speculators are in large part to blame for the highest arrears rate in Canada, according to a new report.
Canadians worried today's condo market will suffer the same crippling correction as in the '90s are biting their nails for nothing, said one leading developer, pointing to a seismic shift in consumer preferences.
Canadians may be sending a message to the country’s real estate agents, and, alas, it’s not a love letter. A new Angus Reid survey -- commissioned by PropertyGuys.com -- suggests 82% of homeowners think a five per cent commission is too much, and 60% think bidding wars are engineered by agents.
Canadian builders are showing little fear of a slowdown, as housing starts last month hit their highest level nationally since September 2007, according to the federal housing agency.
A condo growth spurt in Vancouver compensated for a slowdown in single-family construction, creating opportunities for investors frustrated by the dearth of affordable inventory.
The ratio of sales to condo units in the GTA has started to move in the direction most analysts – from local economists to your local barber – predicted.
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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