Neil Sharma is a journalist at Real Estate Professional Canada.
Given how high the stakes of mansion sales are, one would think every pertinent modicum of information would be disclosed.
The neighbourhood's transit infrastructure is overburdened by an overabundance of residents, and the predictable result is acrimonious morning commutes
In a city where condos sprout as often as weeds, the solution is right under our noses
Selling a home that was once the scene of a gruesome murder, or even a suicide, is a tall, but not impossible, order
"We bought a property from a guy who was in jail at the time"
If handled properly, commercial real estate can be far more lucrative than residential real estate could ever hope to be
As cities adhere to the mantra of intensification, a property's walkability is becoming increasingly important, and it's reflected in its value
Decades ago, Toronto capitalized on political instability in Quebec to supersede Montreal as Canada's economic powerhouse. While Montreal is unlikely to regain that mantle, it's returning the favour and poaching many would-be Toronto- and V ...
In Toronto, having difficulty finding a place to rent is as much a guarantee as the sun rising each morning. Fortunately, one company is endeavouring to change that
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
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