The real estate and mortgage industry has been reacting the announcement of Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan which includes potential curbs on vacant properties and a foreign buyers’ tax
Canadian housing starts dipped slightly in October, but starts in most markets remain steady.
Home sales nationally will decline 11.5 per cent following the tightening of mortgage rules by the federal government
Home sales in three markets in Ontario, other than the GTA, show mixed results for October as demand for homes struggled to be met
Commercial market activity in the Greater Toronto Area was lower in October as combined leased space fell 17.3 per cent year-over-year to 365,659 square feet
Inappropriate behaviour by real estate salespeople should be met with tougher penalties and cannot be tolerated, the Ontario Real Estate Board says
Canada’s multifamily developments are currently hot property for foreign investors and it doesn’t look like changing soon
Home sales in Edmonton remained buoyant in October with a 5.5 per cent rise year-over-year
Canadian private mortgage insurer Genworth has reported a rise in delinquencies in the third quarter
Kitchener-Waterloo has seen a 24.4 per cent year-over-year increase in home sales to record its best October ever
Vancouver home sales continue to decline in October, while Toronto sales increased yet again.