One market has reduced land transfer taxes for first-time homebuyers, but just how much of an impact will it have?
Any changes to federal mortgage insurance rules will not apply to investors, according to a markets observer
When most buyers think about condo amenities, it’s fitness facilities, party rooms and nearby transit that comes to mind, but for some clients in Vancouver that list may extend to grocery vending machines.
As 2014 wraps up, REP is taking a look back at the top stories of the year. From potentially rising interest rates to declining oil prices, the year has been an eventful one, and 2015 is likely to pick up right where we left off.
Don’t count your chickens just yet, Albertans! The western province’s real estate association says it, too, will be eagerly awaiting the outcome of a Quebec lawsuit against a major FSBO.
Mobile technology is quickly becoming the next frontier in real estate and 2015 is the perfect time to jump aboard the mobile wave.
The latest debate on commissions is taking a different turn, with some agents arguing it’s what you didn’t do that’s earning you a pretty penny.
As agents brace themselves for another year of low inventories and an increasing number of desperate buyers, it’s quite likely that multiple offers are going to be commonplace in Canada’s major cities – again.