RE/MAX

blind bidding

CondoBusiness

Realtors scrutinize proposed blind bidding ban 

One of the more contentious policies to surface over the past week is a subscribed end to blind bidding.
home buyers

CondoBusiness

Home buyers mull alternatives in overheated market

Some Canadians who are dreaming of buying a home are considering their options as housing prices remain out of reach in many markets over the past year.
condos at the core of affordable recreational property

CondoBusiness

Condos anchor affordable recreational property

While Canadians may tend to entertain dreams of cottages, camps or cabins, condos are at the core of affordable recreational property options in many popular vacation areas.
Quebec

REMI Network

More Quebec residents opt for country homes

More Québecois prefer a home in the country, according to new insights on residents' changing intentions since the pandemic began.
luxury home

REMI Network

Luxury home sales over $3-mil set new record in GTA

Luxury home sales more than $3 million set a new record in the GTA, with the number condo and freehold properties sold in 2020 topping peak 2017 levels.
recreational properties

Canadian Apartment Magazine

More Canadians seeking properties for investment or recreation

A new survey of RE/MAX brokers and agents has found that investment and recreational properties are on the rise across Canada, with 74 per cent of regions surveyed experiencing an uptick.
home sales

CondoBusiness

Single Canadians hesitate on home purchases: survey

As Canadians’ household debt ratio climbs higher, single Canadians interested in purchasing a home on their own are not the ones to blame for the increase.
condo price

CondoBusiness

Home prices expected to climb 2.5 per cent in 2018

RE/MAX recently released its 2018 Housing Market Outlook, which identifies which housing market trends we are expected to see in 2018.
multifamily investment

Canadian Property Management

Growth for AB commercial property markets

Total dollar value of commercial property sales in both Calgary and Edmonton saw strong year-over-year increases during the first half of 2017.
technology smart condominium

CondoBusiness

2016 housing trends at the National Home Show

According to the National Home Show, a home and garden consumer show owned and operated by the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD), three
Toronto Condos

CondoBusiness

Outlook strong for Canadian condos: RE/MAX

According to the latest Housing Market Outlook Report from RE/MAX, the Canadian condominium market is expected to remain strong and healthy in 2015. Throughout 2014, “condominiums continued to grow their share of the market in many regions,” the report stated. As such, a lack of affordable single-family homes in areas such as Toronto and Vancouver, made condos an attractive option for first-time homeowners and young families.