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Ontario real estate has been on a seemingly endless upswing throughout the coronavirus pandemic, leaving many homebuyers priced out of their local markets and seeking housing affordability elsewhere. Indeed, Ontario’s suburbs and rural markets have absorbed much of the spillover, attracting homebuyers with their lower price points, higher square footage and green space galore.
Bank of Canada Interest Rate Announcement: Supersized Rate Hike of 100 Basis Points on July 13
In Canada, everyone has an opinion about property taxes. Whether city dwellers or rural folk, each side will argue that the other is not paying enough in property taxes, making for a heated and spirited discussion about levies on the residence you worked hard to purchase.
As time goes by, it feels like we only get busier as a society. Small household tasks can seem overwhelming between work, family obligations and social events. While some people may find peace in spending a day at home, cleaning and getting things in order, others are seemingly always rushing around trying to squeeze small household tasks in before jetting off to the next event. This is where creating an efficient living space can pay off in dividends.
It’s no secret that buying or selling a home can be one of life’s most stressful endeavours. With so many unknowns and variables at play, limiting stress during this event can help make the process more enjoyable; one of the simplest ways to help reduce the stress and anxiety attached to purchasing a home is to hire a real estate agent.
Higher borrowing costs continued to impact home sales in June 2022. Sales totalled 6,474 – down by 41 per cent compared to last year’s strong result. The number of transactions was also down compared to May 2022, but this is often the case due to the seasonal nature of the market.
What is a housing bubble? You’ve undoubtedly heard the term, but what does it actually mean, and is Canada experiencing one? Whether you already own a home, are considering buying one in the near future, or you’re waiting for the right time to sell, here we answer what is a housing bubble, what causes it, and how it may affect you.
When buying a home in the Canadian real estate market, many commonly assume that the bulk of the cost is for the home, but in reality it, it is the land that the house is built on that is of most value.
The Canadian real estate market has been red-hot in nearly every pocket of the country since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, from the rural communities of Atlantic Canada to the major urban centres of Ontario and British Columbia and Prairie real estate markets.
The Nova Scotia real estate market has been on fire for the last two years. This has been a change of pace for an economy that has been reeling since the 1990s, crippled by a population exodus and stagnating economic growth.