Get to know one of the largest cohorts of future home buyers – and what these clients want in a home
Crucial trends include urban intensification, transit-oriented development, consolidation, workplace design, and millennials’ live-work-play preferences
The overnight interest rate cut from the Bank of Canada last week will boost home sales and activity in Kitchener, Ont., a market that is seeing tremendous growth of the last year, according to a local Realtor.
As you may know, the HST New Housing Rebate is established and governed by the federal Excise Tax Act, and is aimed primarily at those who buy a new or substantially-renovated home from a builder.
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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 local realtor in Mississauga donated $23,000 on July 24 to benefit the family of 5 year old Erica Castrillon
EXIT Realty Corp. International will be part of Habitat for Humanity Canada’s biggest build project ever
Leading players in real estate and architecture will present the second biennial edition of Toronto of the Future