For starters, it depends how many people live under that roof
Portal is touted as "the Uber of real estate"
Hilliard MacBeth, portfolio manager and author of a recently released book about a Canadian real estate bubble, believes Canada’s market is more at risk than America’s market before 2008.
Affordability continues to weaken in Vancouver… Real estate “off its peak” says Concorde boss… Non-permanent residents important to the housing market…
The governor of the Bank of Canada is now singing from the same song sheet as real estate agents arguing the market is as safe as houses.
One Toronto broker is adopting a pay-what-you-want compensation model as an answer to clients resentment of ‘standard’ commissions.
Bully bids are becoming increasingly common in Canada’s largest city, prompting frustrated agents to question the integrity of sales reps who rely on that strategy.
Poloz rejects talk of a “bubble”… Vancouver could benefit from slimmer homes… The Starck reality; world famous designer launches Montreal condos…
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Home sales increase in half of major areas... Oil prices will have a direct impact on housing warns industry group... It’s not just homes that are marketed with a ‘lifestyle’...
Last week’s consumer confidence rose to its highest level since January, largely on increased optimism in the real estate market.
One Toronto agent promises to continue publishing sold data, pointing to the need to provide consumers with all the information they’ll need to remain in the driver’s seat.
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