In the absence of tens of thousands of rental condominium units rents would be much higher than current levels […]Read More
A new program meant to help first time homeowners enter the real estate market will officially launch on September 2 […]Read More
The “dramatic” gap between the cost of owning a home and the ability of Canadian millennials to afford one paints a troubling portrait of an expensive country, according to a new report. […]Read More
Because buying a home is one of the biggest events of our lives how we buy a home matters a lot […]Read More
Despite the rise of platforms such as Airbnb the traditional hotel industry in Canada is booming and there is a need for new supply in tight urban markets […]Read More
The Bank of Canada is done raising interest rates until at least the end of next year with a serious risk of a cut by then as policymakers become more wary of slowing growth and global trade tensions according to a new Reuters poll […]Read More
There are as many as 2000 surplus or underutilized government owned properties which could be utilized to help ease housing and affordability issues in Toronto according to a new report from the Centre for Urban Research and Land Development at Ryerson University […]Read More
Toronto is the business capital of Canada along with a top ten global financial centre and the best city in the world to invest in today […]Read More
Ontario is proposing to make it easier to build secondary suites and rental housing as part of efforts to increase supply […]Read More
University of Toronto announces new 750 thousand square foot Schwartz Reisman Innovation Centre […]Read More
Chinese investment in Vancouver commercial property from companies such as Anbang Insurance Group Co has slumped amid a flood of regulations with investors looking to Toronto instead […]Read More
Transport Canada is officially funding a study of the electric tunnel that will be able to take passengers from Toronto to Montreal in just 45 minutes […]Read More
If you cannot afford to buy a house the government may take on part of the cost now as part of the 2019 budget […]Read More
A new survey suggests more and more Torontonians are considering buying a home at a time when a flurry of factors including rising interest rates and tougher mortgage rules are creating higher hurdles to ownership […]Read More
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