National home sales fell 2.1 per cent from June to July, marking the fourth consecutive month of declining sales activity, according to statistics released by the Canadian Real Estate Association.
With short-term rental rules on the horizon, a group is touting the survey finding that a majority of Canadians oppose a ban on home-sharing services.
The Ontario Home Builders’ Association has announced the finalists for its 2017 Awards of Distinction, to be announced on Sept. 26th at the OHBA Conference.
Peter & Adelaide, a new residential tower by Graywood Developments, will rise at Peter St. and Adelaide St. in downtown Toronto’s Entertainment District.
Tarion coverage for Ontario condo conversions is expected to become available at the beginning of 2018, according to a regulatory proposal.
Condo owners will pay a monthly fee of $1 per voting unit to fund services to be provided by the newly formed Condominium Authority of Ontario.
According to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), there were a total of 8,223 condominium apartment sales reported between April and the end of June in the Greater Toronto Area.
City of Vancouver staff earlier this month proposed short-term rental rules that are markedly similar to rules proposed in Toronto.
Peter Milczyn, MPP for Etobicoke-Lakeshore, was sworn in as Ontario’s housing minister at a Queen’s Park ceremony this morning.
In June, the Greater Toronto Area’s new housing market continued to climb with condo sales in the region reaching a new record high, reports BILD.
Education and easy access are two key factors that helped an Ottawa-based condo find success with its waste diversion program.
Associa Maple Ridge Community Management announced that it has struck a strategic partnership with Harmony Management.
Prominent local condo lawyers Audrey Loeb and Armand Conant have teamed up under the Shibley Righton LLP banner.
The Toronto Real Estate Board has revised its forecast range for 2017 transactions down to between 89,000 and 100,000, but listings are expected to grow.
CetraRuddy, the New York-based team behind Manhattan’s One Madison tower, has been selected to design Adi Development Group’s 64 Prince Arthur.
The number of homes sold in Canada fell 6.7 per cent from May to June, marking the largest monthly decline in home sales since June 2010, says the CREA.
The governments of Canada, Ontario and Toronto are investing in projects like the Toronto Port Lands Flood Protection to help protect against climate change