real estate news 2022

Seniors’ empty homes and amortization periods going too far: Canadian real estate news for July 8

Open this photo in gallery: 376 Nelles Rd. North, Grimsby, Ont.OTBx Air Here are The Globe and Mail’s top housing and real estate stories this week, with the lowest mortgage rates available in Canada today, commentary from our mortgage expert and one home worth a look. For many seniors, it’s easier to live in big, […]

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Canada Makes The 90s Real Estate Bubble Look Like Affordable Housing

Canadian real estate became slightly easier to purchase, according to the country’s largest bank. RBC’s Housing Affordability Index showed a slight improvement in Q1 2023, the first in years. The decline won’t provide much comfort for buyers though, with housing still less affordable than the peak of the 90s bubble. The bank doesn’t see things

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Exorbitant building costs, and should parents charge their kids for rent? Canadian real estate news for July 1

Open this photo in gallery: This week in real estate, how much should parents charge their adult kids for rent?houssmax. ca Here are The Globe and Mail’s top housing and real estate stories this week, with the lowest mortgage rates available in Canada today, commentary from our mortgage expert and one home worth a look.

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Edmonton leads with a percentage of homes listed below $200,000

Breadcrumb Trail Links Life Homes Homes below this mark are becoming ‘unicorns’ in many Canadian mid-size cities. Published June 30, 2023 • 3 minute read Neighborhoods like McCauley and Parkdale are among the few Edmonton communities with single-family detached homes still listing for under $200,000. Photo by File /Postmedia Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and

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Toronto developers keen to convert offices to housing say city rules are a barrier

Real estate developers say regulations are holding back efforts to convert empty Toronto office buildings into much-needed housing – but some candidates in the ongoing mayoral election, as well as the city itself, appear open to discussing policy changes. The idea of ​​converting office spaces into residential units picked up steam since the pandemic-induced shift

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Interest rate hikes and how they’ll affect Canadians: Canadian real estate news for June 10

Open this photo in gallery: This week in real estate, the Bank of Canada’s latest interest rate hikes and how they’ll affect fixed- and variable-rate mortgagesEdwin Ham Photography/Edwin Ham Photography Here are The Globe and Mail’s top housing and real estate stories this week, with the lowest mortgage rates available in Canada today, commentary from

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Recreational homes: What to know about inheriting a cottage

With a high number of Canadians expected to retire over the next few years, the trend of younger generations inheriting their family cottages will contribute to “major shifts” in the ownership of recreational homes, according to new research from Re/Max. But amid rising concerns around the cost of housing, some may be wondering whether they

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Greenville real estate agent, daughter, recovering after being struck by a vehicle in Folly Beach | Greenville Real Estate Special Coverage

A Greenville real estate agent and her daughter are recovering after being struck by a vehicle as pedestrians while visiting Folly Beach. Melissa Tofield, an agent with Wilson Associates Real Estate, and her daughter Ashley, a Clemson University student, were walking across a street in Folly Beach on May 6 when they were struck by

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The Best Areas of St Helens to Invest in Buy-to-Let

Property Investment in St Helens Population: 102,600 approximatelyAverage House Price: £184,307 Predominant St Helens property types include traditional terraces, plus semi-detached and detached family-sized houses and bungalows, mainly on suburban housing estates around the town. St Helens town center is mainly a commercial area. However, it also offers some traditional properties and new build apartment

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