Neil Sharma, News Editor at Real Estate Professional Canada.
A Toronto-based virtual office website enjoying a meteoric rise only a few years ago has folded
Pushed around no more, buyers in Toronto’s detached housing market are tendering lowball offers after years of being short-shrifted by higher bids
Canada’s defunct Immigrant Investor Program has long been associated with foreign plundering of Canadian real estate, and believed to have exacerbated unaffordability, but report from a University of British Columbia associate professor is ...
Millennials are the largest population group in Canadian history and they are going to carry the housing market in the coming decade. But there’s a problem
Retail stores have been hard hit by online shopping, and according to one sales representative, it’s only a matter of time before real estate follows suit
It could mean a softer landing for Toronto, in particular
It’s quickly becoming apparent that real estate is one of the most technology-dependent industries in Canada, and, unsurprisingly, brokerages are all busy rolling out tools to ameliorate their agents’ productivity
Meet the youngest REMAX brokerage owner in the world
After recent government intervention, ncluding the mortgage stress test, OREA believes the proposed tax will preclude even more buyers from entering the housing market.
The U.S. government yesterday announced that it is slapping tariffs on Canadian aluminum and steel, and that could be potentially disastrous for Canada’s condominium markets
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