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Training new skilled trades workers must be a priority

While there has been a deceleration in new home sales, we must keep the pedal to the metal and continue to train skilled trades workers for the future.

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To build 1.5M homes, we must think outside the box

Many jurisdictions in the U.S. have been thinking outside the box to boost the housing supply. Here in Ontario, we’d be wise to follow suit.

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Upcoming free event: Canadian Real Estate Investment Summit

This free summit will feature top experts in Canadian real estate who will share their knowledge on a broad range of topics. It will be presented on Sat. Jun. 18th from 12pm-3pm.

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Not just a vacation: Why Canadians are buying in Turks and Caicos

If you're looking to invest overseas, Turks and Caicos Islands boast some of the best financial and vacation-like benefits.

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Bank of Canada includes housing concerns among financial systems risks

In a recent systems review from BoC, there is an increasing number of people at risk of financial vulnerability which could further affect the Canadian economy.

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Making the most of the changing vacation investment industry

In the past, the ability to make good money in vacation investments was not always available to the average investor. Now, things are changing.

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Why new housing development is exploding in Calgary

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation's biannual Housing Supply Report highlighted Calgary as the Canadian city with the highest percentage growth of housing starts in 2021.

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Ending exclusionary zoning would boost the housing supply

Roughly 70 per cent of Toronto is zoned for detached houses only, which restricts the number of units that can be built.

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Bank of Canada raises interest rate to 1.5%, and what it means for your mortgage

This week, the Bank of Canada announced an increase to their policy interest rate of 50 basis points, amounting to a total of 1.50%. That means interest rates are now six times higher than they were at the start of the year.

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RESCON board backs Doug Ford and the Ontario PCs

Richard Lyall shares his thoughts on Premier Doug Ford and why he feels as though the Ontario PCs are the most likely to address housing concerns.

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