As more people continue to work from home, they’re making their way to the region’s suburbs, causing the downtown hub’s condo prices to decrease by 14 per cent compared to this time last year.
As CECRA, which was widely criticized, ended in September, what will the new Canadian Emergency Rent Subsidy bring to the table for tenants struggling to pay rent?
The building is designed to be one of Charlottetown's premier property attractions
Global pandemic restrictions might fundamentally alter the relationship between foreign demand and housing prices
A support network and a wealth of practice are vital to the triumph of one of Canada's top brokers
The weaker labour market has particularly affected Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal
The market effects will likely last for several quarters, according to the Alberta Real Estate Association
Vibrant sales activity will experience an abrupt halt due to the coronavirus pandemic
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Significant pressure will come from mounting insolvency filings and unemployment
They will be forced to absorb substantial losses in their properties' value, expert says
The office and industrial property markets, in particular, will exhibit remarkable stability, CBRE predicts
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
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