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
Plans for a mega condo development set to take the place of Toronto’s famed Princess of Wales theatre may have come at the start of a housing correction, but according to one real estate expert, the project is in no way a misstep.
Homebuyers may be holding off on new purchases as the market gets acclimatized to the new regulations, but prices are still going up, according to a new report from one of Canada’s largest real estate players.
Condo investors may already be licking their chops with the announcement one of Toronto's best-placed theatres will make way for 85 storeys of upscale residential units.
September housing numbers are just starting to come in, with early signs Calgary will lead the national pack.
Since his win at last year’s West Coast Top Investor Awards, Nik Fast has gone from strength to strength.
Realtors may point to privacy concerns in their fight to limit a seller’s information on MLS, but many release it themselves – spawning half of all privacy complaints to the Toronto Real Estate Board, heard a competition hearing Tuesday.
August in Toronto was the slowest, stingiest month in more than two years for new home sales, according to numbers released Monday and hinting at the effects of tighter mortgage rules.
A new report is placing the blame for a slowing real estate market squarely on the shoulders of the federal government and its move to tighten mortgage rules in July.
Just gimme that countryside! It's one place where “flipping” still works – in fact, where it increasingly works, according to a new report, charting bidding wars for Canadian farmland.
Sorry, and better luck next time.
It’s essentially what the competition tribunal told the Toronto Real Estate Board this week in rejecting its request to turn a public hearing challenging its use of MLS information into a closed-door affair.
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