Reduced immigration will play a major role in the recovery of Canada's biggest markets, say the founders of RateSpy and RateHub
Overall credit market activity also picked up despite the COVID-19 outbreak
Despite having the country’s most favourable rental conditions, one REIT is going against the tide to maintain market momentum.
Forget Molly Brown! -- it may be Canadian condo rentals that are truly unsinkable.
The federal government may just has answered the prayers of many B.C. residents and their real estate professionals with its move to put the kibosh on a controversial program tying immigration to investment.
It's a market so far off the radar screens of most Canadian investors, it's not even funny, but new numbers suggest this western city is increasingly a gold mine for both buy-and-hold players as well as those intent upon flipping.
Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this crane!
CMHC is suggesting the Canadian construction boom may be over for now -- a lull in activity set to protect increasingly anxious condo investors.
A spike in construction is among the trends to watch in Canadian real estate this year, according to a new report suggesting the knock-on effect could be higher vacancy rates.
It's the kind of warning Realtors wish their clients could tune out, but TD economist Diana Petramala is the latest expert to suggest Toronto home prices are 10 to 15 per cent overvalued.The resulting correction could be even bigger.
Property investors are searching for ways to capitalize on a surprisingly buoyant end of the market -- one where the forces of supply and demand are now creating windfalls for sellers.
It may be good news for property investors if no one else, but one of the country's most-respected personal finance experts is among those questioning the so-called superiority of homeownership, especially for young Canadians in the current market.
The rate that attracted Jim Flaherty’s scorn is back, with at least two mortgage brokers offering a 2.99 per cent five-year fixed rate mortgage.
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