A report finds the former provincial government's growth policies led to delays in the GTHA's land development and approval process, reducing affordability
Affordability is driving the increase in multi-unit home sales, as resale condos and townhomes in the GTA now represent nearly 37 per cent of home sales.
Developers, investors, lenders and experts are cautiously optimistic about the real estate sector, according to a recent report from PwC Canada and ULI.
The City of Vancouver has approved new temporary modular homes at 610 and 620 Cambie Street (formerly 688 Cambie Street).
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Canada's largest seniors' advocacy organization is prioritizing housing needs for different stages of aging among five key issues it plans to champion this year.
The OHBA and OREA are calling on the provincial government to provide ideas to ease the growing housing affordability challenges many Ontarians are facing.
Proposed changes to Toronto’s Land Transfer Tax will increase costs for all home buyers in the city, especially first-time home buyers.
According to the Conference Board of Canada’s recent Provincial Outlook: Spring 2016, British Columbia’s booming housing sector will be one of the province’s main drivers
Excluding the Toronto and Vancouver markets, Canadian housing affordability remained relatively stable in Q2, according to an RBC Economics Research report.