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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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US Land Border reopening presents investment opportunities for returning Canadians

The US-Canadian land border is finally set to reopen on Nov 8th, spurring many snowbirds to once again make plans to head south.

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How much does new home construction cost in Canada?

For many people, building their own homes is a solution to help them get exactly what they want. While it is totally viable option, it is a very different process than buying a resale home.

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Calgary market remained strong in Q3 and investors are taking notice

Despite a marked slowdown from the hectic first half of the year, Calgary has no shortage of activity in its residential market.

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Vancouver empty homes tax explained

The empty homes tax is a yearly tax applied to any homes or properties in the Vancouver area that are left unoccupied for more than six months in a given tax year.

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OLEA offers new opportunities for Canadian investors in the Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands is a British Overseas Territory, comprising three islands in the western Caribbean, located 475 miles southwest of Miami.

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Liberal Party appoints designated minister to tackle housing crisis

The Liberal Party of Canada has taken a significant step in recognizing and combating the Canadian housing crisis by creating a new cabinet role, that of the Minister of Housing.

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One in four Ontario property buyers are investors with multiple properties

Teranet released data that revealed that multi-property owners are the largest single buyer category in Ontario.

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Pushback against plans for more housing in the GTA is unacceptable

We’re in desperate need of housing in the GTA. Yet, developers still face roadblocks when they try to take action to boost supply.

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Lumber prices: Canada forecasted for a calmer market in 2022

Prices of lumber skyrocketed to never before seen heights in the past year as the supply chain suffered the effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Mortgage arrears Canada

Prices on many things have gone up and some are now being forced to go into arrears on their mortgage. But after an explosion of mortgage arrears, things are starting to look better.

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