New York City is getting an additional tool to crack down on real estate flippers. The new tool is just one of the few ways the city is letting speculators know they aren’t welcome.
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The Toronto Real Estate Board conducted its annual survey, and hidden in the pile of results was how effective a vacant home tax would be at creating inventory for the city.
Toronto real estate went from booming to excess in just a few short months over the past year. Here’s what it looked like.
Canadian real estate prices take the largest nose dive in years according to numbers released by the Canadian Real Estate Association.
The OECD House Price-To-Rent index shows a parabolic rise for Canada, which means home prices have never been this far detached from reality.
Foreign buyers accounted for 4.7% of Toronto area real estate purchases. This includes people eligible for the foreign buyer tax rebate.
Here’s an interactive map of where millennials are moving in Toronto. Although with a deteriorating millennial economy, we’re not sure why.
A summary of the most important Canadian real estate stories: Canada’s reliance on debt, Toronto speculators, and Vancouver renters.
In 2016, Metro Vancouver started 1 home for roughly every person that moved to the area that year. Here’s why that might be too much.