The national sales cycle in January was the slowest since 2015, but, in Toronto’s case, that doesn't tell the whole story
Other major metropolitan markets still offer pockets of affordability, however
Fraudster to be released, plans to sell real estate... Land assembly sales sparking Vancouver real estate market... Ottawa home sales on the rise...
Condos changing hands led to a six per cent rise in March fales for one Canadian city, likely the result of first-time buyers giving in to low interest rates.
If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em – at least, that’s the sentiment of some agents threatening to become FSBO consultants if sold data isn't better protected.
Agents are fending off allegations that accepting bank referral fees undermines the industry and harms clients.
Agents whose clients have climbed back on the fence because of the (almost laughable!) overvaluation reports could inadvertently be perpetuating the problem.
Boomers driving market for luxury housing... American buyers flocking to B.C. for real estate... Target, Future Shop closure leaves big holes to fill in Canadian retail...
Toronto’s real estate market during the month of March was impacted by the oldest story in the book: that of limited supply and skyrocketing demand.
Strong Canadian house price gains are now purely a two-city phenomenon, while a "soft landing" is underway across the rest of the country.
One private insurer has quickly followed CMHC’s lead and upped its rates.
Cottage real estate booming in Muskoka... Barrie housing prices, sales on the rise... Tech sector driving office leasing in Vancouver...
Global real estate brand continues Canadian expansion with its first Whistler brokerage
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