• Are non-performing notes the new foreclosure? by

    In the wake of a number of announcements that U.S. fund companies are entering the real estate lending arena, investors are calling non-performing notes the new foreclosure boom.

  • Investors go north for opportunities by Vernon Clement Jones

    Property investors looking to capitalize on the population growth in northern communities will soon have to pay more for the privilege, according to new forecasts.

  • Rising rates push investors to buy by CREW online

    Investors across the country are scrambling to redeem existing preapprovals as banks raise interest rates to levels not seen since early 2012.

  • Brave condo investors reap rewards by Vernon Clement Jones

    Uncertainty around the future of Canada's biggest condo market aside, investors in those boxy highrise units are increasingly in the catbird seat according to new data highlighting a 20 per cent rise in the number of rentals and a 4 per cent rise in the average rent itself.

  • How short tenancies benefit landlords by Mark David

    A recent report from the ComFree network suggests tenants in many Canadian markets are getting the “five-year itch” -- readying to move much sooner than the once-standard seven years.

  • RBC: Yes, slower market still ahead by Vernon Clement Jones

    Make no mistake about it. Canada's real estate market is set to take a powder this year and next, according to a new economic forecast -- July's impressive spike in activity notwithstanding.

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