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Will Liberals put a tax on primary residence sales?

Many have been worried that the Liberal government may move to instate a capital gains tax on all home sales, regardless of whether or not it’s a primary residence.

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Upcoming Multifamily Conference offers investors unmatched opportunities to learn, network and grow

Coming to Toronto May 14-15 is an in-person event discussing multifamily investing and the benefits it can have for new and experienced investors.

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Hiking development charges will only make homes more unaffordable

The more time and money a developer spends navigating the extensive labyrinth of procedural processes, the costlier it becomes to build a new home.The more time and money a developer spends navigating the extensive labyrinth of procedural processes, the costlier it becomes to build a new home.

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Avoid cross-border investment pitfalls

Canadians investing in U.S. real estate might have the right idea, but they’re prone to errors, says a Florida-based expert.

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Detached home sales catch fire in Calgary

The Calgary Real Estate Board’s (CREB) latest statistics revealed the city’s housing market had a strong, if balanced, August, with detached homes leading the way.

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Downtown Hamilton brims with multifamily sector prospects

Hamilton’s smaller multifamily dwellings are still commanding strong rents, but they’re flat in the city’s taller apartment buildings, says a local investor.

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80% of luxury buyers are millennials: Engel & Völkers

Millennials, entering their peak years, and are slated to comprise 80% of North American luxury home purchasers in 2021 and 2022, says a new report from Engel & Völkers.

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Action needed to solve the housing crisis

We are in the middle of a housing crisis, plain and simple, because demand is outpacing supply and, consequently, we’re seeing some very dramatic spikes for the price of homes.

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Liberals slammed for not spending election money on housing

Canada’s 44th federal election cost an estimated $610 million—money that could have been better spent on affordable housing, a Toronto real estate broker says.

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New reverse mortgage product available in Ontario

Bloom Financial Company has entered the reverse mortgage market with a new product for Ontarians aged 55 and over. The fintech firm intends to roll out the product in other provinces soon.

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‘We want to be the Shopify of real estate'

Converging E-commerce and real estate hasn’t always been simple because of the latter’s exorbitant price points but a Calgary-based company has done it.

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Will Liberals honour promise to increase housing supply?

The Liberal Party of Canada staved off a strong Tory challenge for a consecutive minority government, and now Justin Trudeau is expected to keep his election campaign promise to increase housing supply.

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Luxury boutique launches in Midtown Toronto

Amid a dearth of new condo launches, Toronto is receiving one of its first new luxury boutique releases. Capitol Residences will be a 14-storey, 145-unit luxury condominium from Madison Group and Westdale Properties.

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