Neil Sharma is the news editor of Mortgage Broker News, Canadian Real Estate Wealth and Real Estate Professional, and has been covering the Canadian real estate market since 2012. Before joining Key Media, he wrote for the Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, National Post, Epoch Times, and more.
Canadian real estate has been red-hot in recent years, and it's for that reason that nobody can argue 2018 has been an uneventful year
The Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act could open up the protected Greenbelt, and while opposition has been predictably strong, might it help curb urban sprawl and assist housing affordability?
While this shouldn’t be news to anyone, the debt-to-income ratios in Vancouver and Toronto are well above the national average, and that could prove problematic in a rising rate environment
A looming housing shortfall in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area could have ramifications beyond merely delivering too few homes for a growing population
From lead to close, every step of a real estate transaction can now done using a single, time-saving platform
The likely reason, though, is because of a rush to beat a policy change last year.
Last month’s homes sales in Vancouver were the lowest in a decade, and down 42.5% from exactly a year earlier
Depending on which part of Canada you live in, 2019 is either a year to look forward to or one to dread.
The governing Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario renewed its pledge to increase rental housing in the provincial capital
The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act might be getting a makeover that will raise professional standards and promote entrepreneurship
A revolution designed to raise the bar for the entire Real Estate Industry.
Two American companies have recently decided to setup shop north of the border, bringing both excitement and trepidation to the Canadian real estate scene
Global real estate brand continues Canadian expansion with its first Whistler brokerage