Toronto Real Estate News gives year in review and outlook
It's been an interesting year for Canadian real estate and now that the year is almost over, the reviews are certainly to follow. Toronto Real Estate News cties everything from home sales to amorization periods to sales and demand, giving a fresh outlook on the Toronto Market. Read the full story.
Ivanhoe CEO Fournier profiled
The CEO of one of Canada's largest property firms, Ivanhoe, is featured in Business in Vancouver today as he discusses his life, what got him to running one of the largest real estate groups in the world. Daniel Fournier is the star of this piece that touches on several issues in real estate. Read the full story.
Drones gaining popularity
Drones are becoming a more common tool for realtors as they find new ways to market and sell their homes. However, the controversial technology has caused some discension in the ranks as consumers have fought back against what they feel is a violation of their privacy. Still, the drones have helped a Windsor real estate agent sell plenty of homes and could help other realtors do the same. Read the full story here.
Housing starts fall in Calgary during month of November
Calgary housing starts tumbled in November, with experts warning plunging oil prices could further slow new home construction in the region.The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said Monday that Calgary-area starts fell to 1,078 last month — from 1,693 a year earlier. Read the full story here