Brick and mortar retail isn’t dying—it’s evolving and, in the process, spurring demand for industrial space
Debt-to-income ratio currently sits at a perilous 177.6%
Demand for properties in Canada’s most expensive market continues to rise, pushing strong sales well above historical norms.
Agents are cheering a Competition Bureau decision that throws up a wall between private sellers and the MLS, but they’re nervously awaiting another ruling with even broader implications
Sales reps in Canada’s smaller communities are calling for more local-specific ads from provincial associations.
The city taking the brunt of the oil shock got some much-need relief in April … sort of.
CREA can continue to restrict information says tribunal… Finance Dept. goes back to the future on Alberta housing market… Canadians sell-up in Florida… Shipping container housing to spring up across Canada…
“Desperate,” “unprofessional,” “self-serving” – agents aren’t holding back in criticizing colleagues who broadcast MLS sold data.
It’s no secret that sex sells, but one real estate agent may have taken it over the top with this listing video.
One strategy typically reserved for the bright lights of Hollywood is now making a splash farther north – in the GTA.
Toronto is world leader for luxury real estate… Oversupply warning in Toronto, Vancouver condo market… Halifax home sales down but match 2014 levels…
Forget Toronto and Vancouver -- CMHC is pointing to two other Canadian cities where properties are significantly overvalued.
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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