An increasing number of home owners are buying new properties while keeping their old houses as investments
Mass hysteria hindering consumers from considering their options rationally, says a market analyst
Canada’s housing agency, looking for new methods to track foreign ownership in the country’s soaring real estate markets, may tap money laundering police and classify international university students as foreign buyers, according to internal documents
Matthew Clark explains how brokers can best banks without racing to the bottom on rates
After fifteen years of investing in rental properties – many of those years we purchased as many as ten houses – I’ve always wondered why more mortgage brokers weren’t focused on helping real estate investors.
In late January, FSCO and the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA) clarified their position on syndicated mortgages in a joint statement, and we spoke with FSCO about regulations for the popular investment option.
Are you – or one of your clients -- considering the next investment property but struggling to choose a location? Do you have a location in mind but need more information about its demographics, average home prices and quarterly trends?
The Real Estate Investment Network has published a study on the residential real estate investment sector and ranks Calgary and Edmonton as top picks.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation admits it has little knowledge of the level of foreign investment in the real estate market but insists that it’s not a problem.
A builder of luxury condos from the US considered and dismissed expanding into Toronto due to the high level of investment property in the city.