Neil Sharma is a journalist at Real Estate Professional Canada.
Toronto’s construction industry may have just averted a calamity
Real estate sales representatives will not have to register as travel agents to work on short-term rentals
Toronto is notorious for its unhurried approach to approving developments, but if the 2019 Ontario budget is any indication, there may yet be hope
A proposed amendment to a City of Toronto noise bylaw could hamstring construction to the point of worsening affordability struggles and resulting in mass layoffs, charges an industry association
The Ontario Real Estate Association is lobbying the provincial government to proscribe bully offers and enhance professional standards in an industry that does little to punish misbehaving agents
Innumerable delays on construction sites throughout Ontario add onto builders’ overhead costs, which consumers ultimately pay for
Vancouver's housing market has slowed considerably, but that doesn’t mean finding housing is any easier for its citizens
As the Greater Toronto Area grows more diverse by the day, so, too, have the service expectations of local sales agents
The federal government has pledged to tackle “snow washing”—the process by which Canadian real estate is used to launder money
A motion tabled to increase Toronto’s Municipal Land Transfer Tax as a means to fund the Housing Allowance Program has drawn swift rebuke from the Toronto Real Estate Board, with the latter charging that the proposed levy will impede mobili ...
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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