Roch St-Georges' Blog
With the Toronto real estate market at a all time record high many home owners and investors are choosing to cash out.
Ottawa's real estate market is heating up. Average home prices for the month of April 2017 rose by 7.9% over April 2016.
It's no news that Ontario home prices are soaring at rapid speed.
An increase number of landlords want to prohibit their tenants from growing marijuana plants in multi-family, condominiums and other rental units.
After many slow years for condominium starts in Ottawa and across the country new data from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) shows a increase in purpose built apartment buildings as well as condominiums starts.
Ottawa's real estate market is picking up speed. In March of 2017 Ottawa saw a total of 1,485 residential properties sell on the MLS® a 28% increase over March of 2017.
As landlords or property managers we always look to increase profitability of our Ottawa income properties.
The total number of homes and condos sold in February 2017 through the MLS® in the province of Ontario was 16,864 units.
With the heated Greater Toronto Area real estate market in full swing the Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa has asked the Federal Government to step in and do something to help Toronto's hot real estate prices.
You are in the market for a new home or condo this Spring?
The recent report from the Canadian Real Estate Association published in March shows projected sales volume across Canada. Some recent mortgage rules changes will affect certain regions more than others.