Neil Sharma, News Editor at Real Estate Professional Canada.
The latest interest rate hike might not preclude more buyers—especially first-timers—from the market, it might signal a rush to get into the market while they still can
Digitization not only helps streamline the myriad processes real estate brokers are responsible for, it also eliminates tedium
Canadians are getting chary about rising interest rates
No single industry dominates Toronto, but one in particular is about to propel it to new heights
British Columbia's speculation and vacancy tax has become so whittled down that an advisor on the original proposal believes it no longer serves a purpose
A likely interest rate hike on Wednesday should largely have a negligible effect
Brand recognition can only go so far without top talent, and that’s why Engel & Völkers invests heavily in recruitment
According to the Ontario Real Estate Association’s CEO, funding for the expansion of Toronto’s skeletal subway system could come from developers building high-rise condominiums on top of transit stations
Long overshadowed by white-hot housing markets in Vancouver and Toronto, this metropolis is both growing and shining
In light of the Gupta Group cancelling its Vaughan Metropolitan Centre high-rise project three weeks after applying to build another one nearby, at least one industry insider doesn’t believe the company is being forthright when it says it f ...
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