Neil Sharma is a journalist at Real Estate Professional Canada.
If British Columbia’s housing market is in a slump, nobody told buyers and sellers in Victoria
There are 310 km of underused space in Toronto that could be used for laneway housing
Real estate sales representatives have long relied on word of mouth for business—but given that an estimated 700,000 millennials are slated to enter the housing market over the next decade, according to the Ontario Real Estate Association—t ...
The Ontario Real Estate Association wants federal political parties to make homeownership cornerstones of their election campaigns, and according to its CEO, homeownership shouldn’t be prohibitive
A new report delineating a surge in study costs and ever-expanding timelines is calling for the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Process to be overhauled
Usually when real estate brokers switch sides, they start in residential and transition into commercial searching for a few big paydays
But their time is just around the corner
As cities become more expensive and wages stagnate, co-living apartment developments are touted as a way to make rental housing affordable again
Nearly a year after the Toronto Real Estate Board lost its appeal to the federal Competition Bureau over the issue of sold data, it turns out its privacy concerns were valid
Edmonton has struggled beneath the weight of a crashing oil and gas sector, and while there are signs of better days ahead, the optimism is cautious
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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