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LTT hike would exacerbate affordability woes: TRREB

Toronto City Council is voting today on whether or not to raise the municipal land transfer tax. Experts weigh in on the matter.

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COVID-19 causing major construction delays

COVID cases have been appearing on construction sites and causing further delays; something that can end up affecting consumers.

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Stakeholders come together for faster housing development

More than 20 public and private sector organizations are now on board with the ambitious initiative, known as One Ontario. The goal of the initiative is to achieve efficiency and transparency through the development approval process.

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Craig Proctor revolutionized real estate with the ‘Team Concept’

From March 19-21, this successful real estate coach will be hosting a seminar that attracts thousands of agents.

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Calgary could see sideways real estate market this year

Calgary may have seen record-breaking housing prices, but the economy still isn't doing the best.

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No, Canada’s Real Estate market won’t crash

Despite headlines announcing a a real estate market crash in Canada, it's not likely. Here's what experts have to say.

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GTA condo rentals surged 86% in Q4: TRREB

TRREB's president said condo rentals are back in high demand as they increased by 86.3% last quarter.

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Multi-family residential sector will thrive in 2021: Morguard

Director of research at Morguard told CREW that now is a good time to invest in the multi-suite residential sector.

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8 Wellesley Residences rides GTA’s strongest market fundamentals

This 599-unit condo development will be a great investment opportunity as the condo market makes a comeback.

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Confection of home taxes hurt affordability: developer

This Vancouver developer says the new foreign buyer tax could negatively impact the city and beyond.

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Headwinds in office, retail sectors to persist in 2021: Morguard

Office vacancies will continue to rise as rent prices go down due to COVID-19.

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Toronto is Canada’s top tech sector city: CBRE

Toronto's tech workers have increased by 36.5% in the last five years, beating Ottawa and Vancouver.

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Budget deficits could scuttle critical infrastructure projects

Ontario isn't likely to be as lucky this year to receive project funding from the government and here's why.

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