The GTA’s condominium market is heating up again and "driving investor behaviour".
GTA condo sales in the first two weeks of January shot up 90% year-over-year on the MLS.
Office vacancies continue to be at an all-time low as working remotely becomes the new normal.
For the last five years, this city has benefited from Toronto's affordability issues, even amid the pandemic.
Due to COVID-19 halting immigration, Canada's landlords are desperate following the lowest population growth in 74 years.
A new report says that B.C. condo premiums have soared by 40% because of "greater risks".
The pandemic hasn't disrupted every real estate sector. Canada's industrial investments have hardly declined from last year.
President of CanWise Financial and co-founder of Ratehub.ca is predicting an easier time for first-time home buyers to get into the market in 2021.
Located in the desirable Beaches neighbourhood, the Queen & Ashbridge Condos have been sparking interest.
COVID-19 has improved the way condo owners can control certain features remotely.
Things can get a little tricky when it comes to selling a tenanted property, however, landlords can sell it whenever they want in good faith.
Economic fundamentals don’t explain the country’s escalating housing prices and that’s indicative of vulnerability, says CMHC.
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