Cities and affordable housing providers will find themselves with $11.2 billion more to spend on new and existing units over the coming decade, as part of the federal government's multi-pronged push to help people find homes
Housing policy has been fractured and, at times, contradictory; one influential professional is arguing in favour of a more unified approach to addressing the issues
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Lower interest rates – announced by the Bank of Canada last week – will mostly benefit first-time home buyers, not the average up-sizing clients, say agents.
Competition due to a shortage of listings is threatening many investors’ livelihood, and lower interest rates are set to make the job of finding properties for those clients even more difficult.
Target’s somewhat sudden departure from Canada offers commercial agents a great lesson about dealing with a lot of empty space.
A new study has revealed that the average office employee receives a staggering 1,738 inane emails every year – many of which would be better expressed in person.
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