In the throes of a housing correction, British Columbia’s Lower Mainland might be witnessing the beginnings of recovery
Buyers from Guelph and Hamilton were also significantly represented among these flippers
Moody’s move Monday to downgrade the long-term credit ratings of six Canadian banks sent a chill through investor circles, amid fears that all markets will face significant correction.
Are investors the driving force behind Canada’s housing market?
According to RealNet Canada Inc., the price of a new, single-family home in the GTA has risen 16 per cent in one year – a phenomenon limiting the cash flow horizons of would-be investors in those properties.
The Bank of Canada announced today that the overnight rate would remain at 1 per cent, the 19th consecutive time the rate been kept stagnant.
It may not sit well with some buyers of commercial property, but according to one expert, they’ll increasingly have to pounce on “distressed opportunities” in a market still facing economic uncertainty.
It's dangerous to underestimate Toronto -- or the resilience of a real estate market now up, and not down, from last year's January sales.
National home sales slipping 17 per cent in December from a year ago, according to new report from the Canadian Real Estate Association, suggesting investors are no more anxious to sell than homeowners.
Not all condos are created equal, with a growing number of investors hoping “green” units will provide better insulation from a value correction.
When it comes to your next investment, there are a number of factors to consider. Chief among them: are you better off buying your next property, or building it?
As Canada’s housing market slows, the U.S real estate market is recovering - particularly the commercial sector now drawing the eyes and the money of Canadian investors.
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