With a $40 billion LNG (Liquefied, Natural Gas) export facility being built in Kitimat, British Columbia, real estate investors have been presented with a golden opportunity for returns on their investment seldom seen anymore in the Canadian market
Airbnb rentals are making a significant number of units unavailable to the market
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.
Who's afraid of the big bad condo market? Not T.O.
Jim Flaherty’s reaction to a cooling real estate market may mirror that of landlords, with the finance head suggesting he’s “happy” about the slowdown.
It may become the blue chip of Canadian REITs, with the country's largest food store chain announcing it will roll some of its properties into an investment trust and lease back those buildings before serving up shares to hungry investors.
A slew of new high-rises being built in Ottawa have many investors wondering if – or when – the city’s expanding condo sector will burst. But, don’t be deceived, caution experts, that construction activity disguises a market marked by high demand and significantly lower supply.
The Canadian government may be leading the way into Brazil, with its decision to pump another $343 million into a housing market already drawing cautious interest from investors.
Stability can sometimes be difficult to attain in the financial world, but not so for the Bank of Canada's overnight rate, which was held at 1 per cent for an 18th consecutive review.
As much as 80 per cent of Canadian property investors feel any retreat by Chinese investors will hurt the Vancouver real estate market, suggests a new CREW poll.
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