The fallout from the B.C. government's budget continues as out-of-province Canadians found out they will also be hit by the same tax that's intended to dissuade foreign speculators from pillaging the domestic real estate market
REIT announces data release for May 11, 2017
One big bank is butting heads with real estate associations over how best to address affordability in one of the country’s priciest markets
Deal combines assets worth approximately $300 million
In particular, Toronto’s millennial mortgage holders spend nearly two-fifths of their rental incomes on mortgage payments
Red-hot bidding wars driving home buyers to rush their offers, local agents say
Homebuyers can now view their potential broker’s regulatory record in a now online portal
Profitability of Canadian real estate as a whole is predicted to improve over the next few years, however
Affordability trends in Canada show no signs of easing up any time soon, according to a new report.
CREA asserted that the reference in the initial version of FINTRAC’s real estate industry guide violates the Human Rights Act
Toronto seems intent on addressing housing affordability through policies aimed at cooling the market, and a forthcoming tax may be the only answer. But is it the right one?