There has been a rise in the commercial real estate market in British Columbia over the last few years but it may now have peaked
Following three months of double-digit increases in the number of building permits issues by municipalities across Canada there was a drop in August.
Energy efficiency and cleanliness are among the most important factors for Canada’s homebuyers.
Last week the Bloomberg Nanos Consumer Confidence Index was higher with job security and the housing market both showing optimism.
The small city of Airdrie north of Calgary has beaten its previous annual record for MLS home sales.
Low interest rates and an overheated housing market but this time it’s not Canada.
Figures coming in from regional real estate boards suggest that September was a great start to the autumn season.
Commercial property owners on Vancouver’s west side could be about to face some steep tax hikes due to recent assessments from BC Assessment.
The Toronto Real Estate Board is having a hard time in the press after hosting a campaign event for Doug Ford to allow him to promote his planned cut to the city’s land transfer tax to 15 per cent.
Despite oil prices falling to a two-year low the latest figures from the Calgary Real Estate Board show that things are still hot.
There’s another glowing endorsement of the Vancouver condo market, this time from father and son Realtors David and Mark Goodman who call the year so far a “bullish breakout” in their latest report.