One big bank lays out potential positives and negatives of new housing measures
The Ontario government unveiled its “Fair Housing Plan,” which has drawn both negative and positive responses from industry associations
Agents in Winnipeg, where real estate professionals must work full-time, are divided over that century-old rule, with those opposed arguing there are good and bad agents – no matter the hours they work.
Canada ranks highly in study of the world’s most livable countries… Forum aims to address the affordability issue… Canadians believe they will have to work until they die… US pending home sales higher…
The age of generalist agents is coming to a close, say industry players arguing sales reps need to hone in on a particular property type or neighbourhood, or risk extinction in an increasingly competitive market.
A dream client is one who wants to buy an expensive luxury home. Maybe he or she is an investor who’s ready to buy two at once to add to their portfolio. But six thousand homes?
Singer/actress Jennifer Lopez recently spilled $22 million on a 6,250-square foot condo in New York City, and while that seems lofty even by Manhattan standards, our real estate market here in Canada is quickly catching up.
First-time buyers are finding it hard to get enough funds to buy a property, Gen Y are happy hanging on at home for a few more years and upsizing is, well, pretty expensive for many. But there’s a growing demographic that appears, for now, to have been largely overlooked.
After Aviva Pitch Day presentation, Canadian real estate marketplace, Casalova poised for next level of growth
Canadian businesses gain faster and greater access to data-driven insights with new analytics powerhouse