The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board might survive the technology sea change by morphing its MLS into a Zillow-like service but where does that leave Realtors?
My partner and I invested just under $1 million to purchase a beautiful ranch-style bungalow that we converted into long-term affordable "home share" housing for seniors in Peterborough, Ont.
Management of some of the very largest real estate boards has demonstrated a profound lack of awareness of the 60-foot tsunami heading their way.
The net profit from a rental property is much less than tenants, media and the government believe, and it's these same entities who collectively think residential landlords are rich and can afford to carry all the consequent losses caused by COVID-19.
Very little of substance from any level of government in Canada gives me hope that affordable housing in Ontario will become a reality within the next decade, but I see much evidence that it won’t happen.
Most residential landlords would say without hesitation that Ontario’s annual rent increase guideline does not fairly reflect the true cost of operating a residential rental property in Ontario. Is that really true?
Ontario Power Generation (OPG) announced that it's moving all its “non-station” groups to Clarington. The fallout on the social fabric of the region will have profound consequences.
Just about everyone believes that residential rental property owners pay the property tax as part of their operating costs. It’s a universal misperception.
First responders on the scene of an accidentally overdosed person or even a home-grown lab are at serious risk when they are exposed to fentanyl.
All private businesses across Canada, including residential landlords and real estate brokerages, will be impacted by the latest changes to the Personal Information Protection and...
12Page 1 of 2