Learn about 'gazumping' in UK, property "ownership" in China, or the differences between US and Canadian mortgages.
If you thought it was a tight market in 2016 (that is, a "sellers' market" with more buyers than sellers), watch out for 2017!
Listen to the best podcasts for Real Estate professionals. The selection covers real estate advice, marketing and commercial property.
Richard Silver, a Sotheby's realtor and past Toronto Real Estate Board president who works with foreign buyers, told Metro Morning host Matt Galloway that most of his foreign clients are coming to Toronto for educational and business opportunities, not just to park their money offshore, and that a foreign buyer tax would be a bad
The Toronto Real Estate Board says 4.9% of transactions involve foreign buyers. But some fear the number is low. Richard shares his international experience.
For anyone expecting to see a downturn of Toronto’s housing market, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says 2017 won’t be the year.
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Is Brexit going to impact UK's housing market? London and Canadian professionals weigh in on the issues of international real estate market.
No one was suprised when TREB President Larry Cerqua announced that 2016 was a record year for home sales in the Greater Toronto Area.
Sometimes we get an email or a phone call that starts like this: "Can you tell me what your commission rate is?". Why is this the wrong question?
At the end of every year, clients start asking whether they should buy, sell, rent and how to hedge their bets.
Before jumping to conclusions with the new president-elect let's look at the possible scenarios Canada is facing during the upcoming Trump era.
As Canada’s population grows, the price for housing continues to increase in the country’s major urban centres in Toronto and Vancouver.
Domestic investors outnumber foreign buyers 10-to-1! Only 5% of units sold in the recently developed buildings were bought by foreign buyers
Changes to Canada mortgage rules by The Department of Finance will affect both banks and consumers. Take a look at them.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) and Toronto experts discuss the future of Canadian real estate market and affordability.
September was another strong month for Toronto's real estate. Sales were up and so were the prices, pushed up by the very low inventory. Active listings were down by 36.6 per cent compared to September 2015.
The GTA had a 65 per cent year-over-year increase in sales volume in the first half of the year compared to 2015, with 10,172 units sold.
Lack of listings is again being felt in the August figures especially in the House vs. Condo market. We need to reevaluate the way the GTA has been growing and our reaction to it.
Technology is shifting a traditionally paper-based business to one that is paperless and driven by software. This is how The Torontoism Team works.
The Brexit vote has made many investors genuinely looking for an offshore place to park their money and Canadian real estate fits the bill.