Homebuilders in the City of Calgary face greater levels of red-tape than more development-friendly suburbs and its stifling the city’s density goals, a new study reveals
There was a 17.3 per cent drop in condo apartments available to rent in the Greater Toronto Area in third quarter of 2016 compared to a year earlier, Toronto Real Estate Board says
The Canada Revenue Agency must be diligent in cracking down on real estate tax cheats, the BC finance minister says.
Homebuyers in Ontario are willing to stretch their budgets to bag their dream home according to a poll by the Real Estate Council of Ontario
Economists are not expecting the Bank of Canada to increase interest rates for some time, probably late 2017 or early 2018; however, for shorter-term mortgages there could be a rise much sooner
Housing starts were lower in August with CMHC’s 6-month trend measure showing 195,640 units compared to 201,379 in July. However, the agency says that the overall supply remains higher in many areas
The latest data on home building intentions show disparity between the two most common housing types with fewer single-family homes planned while multi-family units increased
Commercial real estate agents in the GTA leased more than 100,000 square feet more in August compared to a year earlier