America’s flight from big cities to small ones continues, and it’s really driving rental prices up. Data from Zumper, an online rental portal, show the median price of a one-bedroom is just a little higher in April. Virtually all of the gains are attributed to soaring prices in small cities. Traditionally expensive markets are actually […]
The Toronto real estate scene appears to be grossly misinformed when it comes to rent controls. Since Ontario announced the Fair Housing Plan, real estate agents, developers, and even politicians have said the province is attacking landlords. You’ve probably heard someone on the news, or even a friend, discuss how the “unfair” the new Rental […]
Toronto real estate buyers and sellers may be on two different pages, according to a new survey. A survey conducted by Ipsos, on behalf of the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), shows an increasing number of homeowners are preparing to cash in. The larger group of home sellers, will also be met with a decreasing […]
Toronto real estate’s wacky roller coaster is extending to the rental market, where the average lease rate is taking a breather after jumping double digits.
Vancouver real estate is pricey, but just how overpriced is it? Here’s your breakdown and introduction to our new condo price-to-rent index.
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.
Toronto is seeing rental prices rapidly increase according to TREB, especially when compared to historical increases.
The New York City area is seeing low rent units disappear, and high rent units replace them at a rapid rate.
Vancouver real estate out of your price range? Here’s how quickly you need to act when you see that rental, and how much it’s going to cost.
Toronto real estate and rents are related, but how exactly? Here’s a brief intro to how rents have historically moved with home prices.