A report from RBC explains whether COVID19 will have an impact on the housing market […]Read More
Toronto residents Mike and Andrée Sullivan are selling their century home after 27 years. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the city’s real estate market is showing few signs of slowing down. […]Read More
The shrinking of margins by lower rates is set to combine with a potential recession to create a bleaker-than-expected year for Canadian lenders, investors and analysts said. […]Read More
Market poised for a hot spring — with lower mortgage rates likely to offset any major drag from the coronavirus […]Read More
Demand for crane operators is soaring in and around Toronto where about 120 cranes rise from projects across the metropolitan area […]Read More
Condos are driving much of the momentum in the local real estate market, with the Toronto real estate board forecasting a further 10 per cent rise in condo prices this year. […]Read More
A year after encampments sprung up under the Gardiner, the war of words between housing activists and City Hall reaches a tipping point in the city's most marginalized neighbourhood […]Read More
TREB survey finds buyers had to adjust their expectations last year just as it expects home prices to rise nearly 10 per cent this year […]Read More
Poloz has pointed out a need for banks and financial services in Canada to think more creatively about risk sharing and mortgages […]Read More
Urbanations Shaun Hildebrand said a total of Sixty Nine Thousand Five Hundred Sixty Four apartments were under construction or proposed for development by the end of 2019 but it will take time for those to become occupied […]Read More
There’s no shortage of people lining up to invest in the city’s burgeoning condo market — many of them mom-and-pop investors who see rental units as a hedge for their children against the increasingly unaffordable property market. Others are self-employed individuals without a pension who view a condo as an appreciating asset to help fund their retirement. […]Read More
Brampton real estate capped off a rebound year, finishing 2019 just shy of the record average price for all types of dwelling set at the market peak in spring 2017. […]Read More
Toronto's housing market has tightened considerably over the past year as buyers took advantage of lower interest rates and adjusted to mortgage stress tests, but there are fewer homes to be bought. […]Read More
The average rate on the 30-year fixed mortgage fell to the lowest level since October this week, at 3.69%, according to Mortgage News Daily. That has an already competitive housing market heating up even more. […]Read More
A recession is not expected in Canada this year despite a number of global uncertainties and trade tensions, according to a top Scotiabank economist, but growth will likely remain unexceptional […]Read More
After a disappointing 2018 when housing prices and sales declined 2019 has been a year of resilience for housing markets across most of Canada […]Read More
Torontos low income renters may soon get some relief from the citys overheated market following the announcement of one billion four hundred million dollars rental housing benefit cofunded and agreed on by the provincial and the federal governments […]Read More
Tech companies make up only a paltry five per cent of Canada’s biggest exchange Of that just three stocks Constellation Software Shopify and CGL account for three quarters of the total value […]Read More
I am regularly surprised at how frequently a land survey is viewed as unnecessary when it could be considered the single most important document in a real estate transaction […]Read More
David Wilkes writes that an estimated 64 per cent of qualified buyers would return to the housing market if the mortgage stress test were adjusted […]Read More
As per a Royal Lepage Poll Immigrants buy twenty one per cent of houses and may purchase six hundred eighty thousand homes during the next five years […]Read More
Billionaire Andrew Carnegie famously said that 90 percent of millionaires got their wealth by investing in real estate and we wanted to know whether this is still true […]Read More
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