An increase to Toronto’s land transfer tax not expected to materially impact housing affordability, according to one real estate veteran
Among other factors, the recent changes to federal mortgage rules will significantly contribute to dampening the Canadian mortgage sector’s activity starting this year
The conviction of two major real estate developers in one of Canada’s busiest cities highlights the need for agents to properly vet condo developers before recommending new-construction projects to their investor clients.
Agents relying on low interest rates providing another boost to buyer confidence – and, indeed, home sales – might find themselves struggling come spring, as economists now back-peddle on an earlier prediction.
Everyone likes to save a buck or two, and many sellers believe DIY home renos are the best way to do that. It might not take a genius to a paint a wall, but there are some renovations that you should be convincing your clients to leave to the experts.
MLS sales drop affecting smaller markets in Alberta... Lender boost financing for condo projects... Real estate developers banned...
A new report suggests consumer confidence dropped to its lowest point in Alberta last week, but agents on the ground can’t say the same.
Like real estate agents, buyers and sellers come in all shapes and sizes – and some of those shapes and sizes are best served by alternative approaches to the business.