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Commercial Investor Report 2018 – RE/MAX Canada

Both Kelowna and Edmonton are ready to become hotspots for the post-legalization of Canada's cannabis market at competing cannabis companies looking for operational space in both cities. While the commercial real estate market of Kelowna saw a decrease of 8% in total sales value for types of commercial properties year

Uptick in detached sales and prices signal end to housing market correction in the GTA

Solid rebound expected in last quarter of 2018, correction housing market is over Powered by a strong summer market, the demand for detached housing in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is finally on the rise, because active listings are falling and the average prices are starting to rise, which puts

RE/MAX 2019 Quest for Excellence Bursary Program Now Open!

Grade 12 graduates eligible for $ 16,000 through RE / MAX Quest for Excellence scholarship program! Kelowna, B.C. (September 10, 2018) – RE / MAX of Western Canada is committed to helping future community leaders by offering $ 16,000 in scholarships through its annual Quest for Excellence program. One recipient

Ontario and B.C. Generation Z are more alike when it comes to home ownership than we think

Generation Z, between the ages of 18 and 24, in the most popular housing markets in Canada share their opinion on home ownership and predict the future of real estate With property that remains a hot topic, what do future homebuyers in have the most popular markets in Canada to

75% of GTA neighbourhoods see detached housing values increase from Q1 to Q2 in 2018

Quiet comeback for detached house is a good omen for GTA housing market The price increase in the second quarter of 2018 showed a marked improvement compared to the first quarter figures, with the average detached housing values ​​in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA ) on par or climbing in

Retirees Drive Canada’s Recreational Property Market

"Last year we discovered that Baby Boomers and pensioners were increasingly selling their homes in urban centers such as Toronto and Vancouver," said Elton Ash, Regional Executive Vice President, RE / MAX of Western Canada. "It is clear that many use the assets that they have received from those sales

Retirees Drive Canada’s Recreational Property Market, Blurring the Line Between Recreational and Residential

"Last year we discovered that Baby Boomers and pensioners were increasingly selling their homes in urban centers such as Toronto and Vancouver," said Elton Ash, Regional Executive Vice President, RE / MAX of Western Canada. "It is clear that many use the assets that they have received from those sales

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