In an effort to ensure Ontarians have access to faster and fairer hearings, the province plans to overhaul its land use planning appeals system.
RioCan and Concert are pleased to announce the signing of a firm agreement on May 17, 2017, with RioCan selling a 50 per cent interest in
A new report by the Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis suggests the housing crisis could be alleviated if more housing options were available for families of varying needs and sizes.
At a press conference at Casa-Emery Village in Toronto, the provincial and federal government announced plans to invest $58.8 million in new affordable rental housing in Toronto.
CaGBC has picked a diverse set of 16 green building projects across Canada to participate in a two-year pilot of its Zero Carbon Building Standard.
The Built Environment Technology Association (BETA) has been established to help the real estate industry better utilize developing technologies.
Housing starts are trending upward at 213,768 units in April 2017, compared to 210,702 units in March, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Minto Capital Management Inc. announced the acquisition of Radisson Place in Calgary, a 12-storey multi-residential apartment building.
Greater Toronto Area realtors reported 6,680 condominium apartment lease transactions during the first quarter of 2017, up 3.5 per cent year-over-year.
Researchers at The University of British Columbia released a study showing that making bins convenient drastically boosts recycling and composting rates.
Last year, 4,955 of Toronto's commercial properties were still under a property tax cap, which 7,107 other commercial properties funded via clawbacks.
RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust and Killam Apartment Real Estate Investment Trust announced the formation of a joint venture to develop a rental residential community at Gloucester City Centre in Ottawa.
Though expressed somewhat vaguely, the Ontario government's newly announced housing plan forewarns that all municipalities will be required to adopt the new multi-residential property class and align it with the tax rate applied to residential properties.
In an effort to make housing more affordable, Ontario is introducing a Fair Housing Plan to bring stability to the province’s real estate market.
Starlight Investments announced it has completed the forward purchase of a Hamilton luxury rental property located at 140 Main Street West.
The Federation of Rental-housing Providers of Ontario (FRPO) released the results of a survey it conducted on the impacts of rent control using a focus group representing the province's largest rental housing providers.
Multifamily cap rates in Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa are generally lower than the national average, with Vancouver once again at the low end of the scale.