Neil Sharma is the Editor-In-Chief of Canadian Real Estate Wealth and Real Estate Professional. As a journalist, he has covered Canada’s housing market for the Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, National Post, and other publications, specializing in everything from market trends to mortgage and investment advice. He can be reached at [email protected]
A survey by Pollara Strategic Insights revealed that first-time homebuyers preferred living in major city centres. 27% chose Toronto, 15% Vancouver, and 11% apiece for Montreal and Calgary.
The way employees interact with office spaces and other employers will be very different in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what this expert says is in store.
Sotheby’s International Realty Canada report noted that sales in the GTA’s luxury residential sector surged by 157% year-over-year through the first two months of this year.
Join this FREE real estate investing webinar on Tuesday, March 30 at 12 p.m. EST to learn different ways to maximize your buying power in today's market.
Canada’s housing market has become feverish because demand has vastly outpaced inventory and property values have grown beyond historical norms.
According to the CREA data, new listings rose by 15.7% last month from January, and the sales-to-new-listings ratio is so high that everything available is selling.
“It’s possible given the recent increases in prices, that some people are speculating about further increases in prices,” said Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist of CIBC Capital Markets.
This consultant and real estate investor said that a third of new construction properties built every year in Ontario have legitimate claims for reimbursement, but they aren't taken advantage of.
A report from the Altus Group stated that it may be too early to tell what will happen to the office spaces once COVID-19 is behind us.
According to Michael Sproule, principal of Sproule & Associates, more investors need to start taking advantage of the NRRPR.
“Sign up for our daily newsletter to get the latest news, updates and offers delivered directly to your inbox.”
Designed to offer readers accurate, cutting-edge information to guide their investment decisions, each issue of Canadian Real Estate is filled with informative articles on a broad range of topics.
© 2021 Canadian Estate Wealth. All Rights Reserved by Merged Media