Agents have been wondering just how wide-spread the impact of the new mortgage rules will be, and one leading economist has crunched those numbers
Mock announcements emphasize the unprecedented rate of condo development in Toronto
A phenomenon that brokers have already started to question is raising eyebrows at the IMF, now suggesting that the growing use of uninsured mortgages could pose a problem.
A dearth of commercial space in Canada has seen a growing number of Canadians buy down south, but that’s poised to change as a new report suggests local agents are in for their own boom in 2015.
Don’t pick up those ski poles quite yet! Veteran agents say winter is the best time to strengthen your business in preparation for a busy spring season.
Selling a listing based on the merit of a previous owner is commonplace in real estate, though usually reserved for higher end neighbourhoods – but that’s not the case with a small Toronto apartment.
Agents in Toronto and Vancouver might not relate to this, but industry players in comparatively smaller metropolitan markets say downsizing baby boomers looking for a smaller space with the same luxuries they’re used to have been left wanting.
New construction boom ahead?... Revised immigration numbers... Canada goes big in U.S. real estate... Affordability improves for some Canadians... Eastern Canada regains sales momentum...