GTA buyers pay six-figure home taxes
Buyers expect to spend six figures on a home, not the home's taxes
DLC readies to bulldoze competition
Gary Mauris explains why the next five years will be the most pivotal in DLC's history, and what he has up his sleeve to empower his agents and owners to blow their rivals out of the water
New lender in town
Halifax is riding high these days
Toronto, Vancouver areas add six digits to national housing price
The housing market will likely not reach the highs of 2016 and 2017—and, unless you're a seller, that's probably a good thing
Pressure mounts on federal parties to amend B-20 ahead of election
With the October 21 federal election around the corner, parties may ignore pleas at their peril
How e-commerce is changing industrial real estate
One of the lesser talked about drivers of industrial real estate demand is the sheer amount of returned products
BMO survey reveals where first-time buyers are most confident
Conducted by Pollara Strategic Insights, over 50% of first-time buyers in the province expressed optimism and believe now is a good time to buy
Passion for philanthropy
Ameera Ameerullah, CEO and owner of Canada Mortgage and Financial Group, has a heart to match her ambition
Is anti-money-laundering legislation necessary?
Canadian real estate is a prime vehicle for money laundering – but is legislation the answer to the problem?
How well did the federal budget address housing?
On the whole, brokers aren’t especially encouraged by the budget’s new initiatives to help would-be homebuyers