Concert Properties is the first company to gain access to a new green loan that supports sustainable projects with strong environmental benefits.
The Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers appointed Marc Lacasse as president and Sylvie Blouin as vice-president of its board of directors.
GTA realtors reported 8,701 home sales in June—a 1.4 per cent drop compared to June 2019, and a much larger increase compared to sales results in May.
A new bylaw exempting condos from mandatory mask-wearing inside the building means corporations might want to impose a mask policy for common elements.
The Ontario government's new online health and safety training touches on topics such as infection control, ladder safety, and preventing harassment.
Financial uncertainty related to COVID-19 appears to be weighing more heavily on younger households than other homeowners and renters.
HRAI is developing a COVID-19 training program for residential applications with the potential to expand into small commercial and ICI sectors.
River & Fifth, Broccolini's first residential tower in Toronto, began its 37-storey ascent today in a virtual ground-breaking ceremony.
Following manufacturer guidelines and using the right fuel are just two of the summertime generator safety tips provided by OPEI.
Holdups in new housing projects across the Greater Toronto Area will have extensive impacts on supply in an already tight market, a new report reveals.
Building owners and managers can now report their 2019 energy and water usage to the ministry, with the deadline extended due to COVID-19.
Ottawa will continue to get warmer and wetter year-round, with a greater chance of extreme weather, according to recent climate projections.
One of the first projects to launch in Toronto this spring is M2M Spaces, part of Aoyuan International's 8.6-acre master-planned community in North York.
As most condo managers prepare to resume their normal operations, many need guidance on three top areas, according to a survey the CMRAO conducted in May.
Proposed measures include transferring mortgage tenancy to the date of occupancy for new condominiums, tax credits and other policies to jumpstart economy.
Vancouver has approved mass timber construction up to 12 storeys for residential and commercial uses, doubling the current height limit of six storeys.
Newfoundland and Labrador has slated $30 million in rebates for home renovations and new construction to jumpstart the economy.