Corben joined CREW as a relative newcomer to the field of real estate and has since immersed himself and learned from the experts about everything there is to know on the topic. As a writer with CREW, Corben produces informative guides that answer the questions you need to know and reports on real estate and investment news developments across Canada. Corben lives in Guelph, Ontario with his partner and their two cats. Outside of work, he loves to cook, play music, and work on all kinds of creative projects. You can contact Corben at [email protected] or find him on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/corbengrant/.
A study released this week found that in Canada in 2020, there were up to 1,340,364 vacant homes, comprising 8.7% of all homes in the country.
Mortgage interest rates are a huge factor in a real estate investment and can take some work (and some luck) to ensure you get the best interest rate available to you.
Vancouver received a top 10 ranking in a global assessment of the worst real estate housing bubbles in the world. It seems Vancouver is currently in a questionable spot.
Buying real estate in Canada as a foreigner presents unique challenges and there are a lot of things that you need to be aware of.
On Tuesday RE/MAX released its 2021 condominium report, with numbers pointing at an incredible year for the Canadian condo market.
No matter where you are, there are going to be some recurring costs associated with your investment. Here, we'll explain how property taxes work in Toronto.
Data from Statistics Canada and Royal LePage indicate that in recent years, the square footage of Toronto condos has been shrinking at an arming rate.
Toronto is making global headlines this week after receiving the not-so-coveted number two spot of the world’s worst real estate bubbles.
With new bills coming and going, and rules for landlords and tenants seemingly in flux all the time. Here is how commercial tenant evictions currently work in Ontario.
An increase in time spent at home in the last year may be to blame for many Canadians reexamining the decisions on where they want to live.
If you’re a newer house flipper, you have probably heard about the 70 percent rule. Here’s your guide to the investing rule that can prevent you from spending too much money on an investment.
When you flip houses, you are not usually intending to live in the house; rather the strategy is to sell the property as fast as you can so as to avoid paying taxes and other expenses on the property. While there will obviously be initial costs that you will need to budget for, house flipping can be done with few resources and little experience.
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