While some of the measures outlined this week in the federal government’s budget have been welcomed by the real estate industry, there is still room for criticism
A new tariff from the federal government will mean higher construction costs for new homes, which will be passed on to buyers
Sales of new high-rise homes in the GTA are on pace for a record year.
Millennial homebuyers are willing to make compromises on their home purchase if it cuts their daily commute
A $500 million pledge by the British Columbia government to fund 2,900 rental units has been welcomed by the Urban Land Institute but it says that all levels of government must share responsibility for zoning issues
The building industry has been awarding its stars at the annual conference of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Alberta held recently at Fairmount Jasper Park Lodge
Bank of Canada governor speaks to economists about low interest rates — and how we have to learn to live with them.
The 15 per cent tax on foreign buyers of Vancouver homes looks set to head to the courts. Chinese student Jing Li has filed a lawsuit challenging the tax, which has added $84,000 to the cost of the Vancouver townhome she is buying
Home sales in Windsor-Essex County remained strong in August with market activity up more than 9 per cent compared to a year earlier and year-to-date sales up 13.11 per cent
Ontario will have to follow BC in taxing foreign home buyers in order to cool the Greater Toronto Area housing market according to CIBC economist Benjamin Tal
Commercial real estate in Vancouver’s Lower Mainland continues to boom with demand for land, office and retail reaching a 5-year high in the second quarter of 2016