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Canadians fleeing Ontario, Alberta for the Atlantic and abroad

An increase in time spent at home in the last year may be to blame for many Canadians reexamining the decisions on where they want to live.

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Commercial tenant eviction: Ontario

With new bills coming and going, and rules for landlords and tenants seemingly in flux all the time. Here is how commercial tenant evictions currently work in Ontario.

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Toronto snags number two spot for world’s largest real estate bubbles

Toronto is making global headlines this week after receiving the not-so-coveted number two spot of the world’s worst real estate bubbles.

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COVID-19 causing major construction delays

COVID cases have been appearing on construction sites and causing further delays; something that can end up affecting consumers.

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Urbane mid-rise condo coming to Sudbury

Condoville is currently working with a landowner to develop The Brewer Lofts in Sudbury, a five-storey, 50-unit mid-rise building that blends new and old.

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Canada failing its immigration target: RBC

In 2020, Canada only welcomed 184,000 new permanent residents, slightly over 50% of its 341,000 target.

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January set national housing sales record: CREA

Canada’s housing market set another monthly record in January, with countrywide sales rising by 35.2% on an annual basis.

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Delinquent tenants taking advantage of eviction freeze: OLA

In certain regions, the Sherriff cannot enforce an LTB eviction unless an expedited eviction is requested. But people are taking advantage of this.

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Deposit Rocket could prove crucial in bidding wars

“Deposit Rocket allows the buyer to unlock their home equity, instantly. The guarantee stands in the place of a cash deposit until closing,” said Deposit Rocket’s CEO Don Miller.

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GTA home sales rose 50% in January

Data indicated that all major housing segments saw notable year-over-year increases in sales, totalling 6,928 for the month.

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‘Soft intensification’ touted as solution to expensive housing

Toronto's affordability continues to be a pressing issue, especially as the city grows by 150,000 people every year.

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Pathway from Hong Kong to Canada now open

The gateway has opened for 300,000 Hong Kong residents with Canadian passports; an initiative that will help drive Canada's economy forward.

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Could office buildings be turned into residences?

A report from the Altus Group stated that it may be too early to tell what will happen to the office spaces once COVID-19 is behind us.

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