Op-Ed: What We Approve Is As Important As How Much We Approve When It Comes To Housing Affordability
At a time when we have perhaps the fewest skilled labour jobs in our history (certainly true relative to population) the buildings we are seeking to construct are more complicated and are taking more labour hours per square foot than ever before.
It’s high time we re-balance the property tax burden so that those who are lucky enough to own their own home (from which tax-free capital gains accrue) proportionately fund our municipal services.
At a Special Meeting of OREA in June, nominees of Member Boards from across Ontario voted to approve the Ontario REALTOR® Wellness Program.
Patrick Pichette, VP, Realtor.ca explains the intention and expected value add behind CREA's partnership with Openn Offers.
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board President Kevin Crigger rebukes City of Toronto Councillor Mike Colle's call for another investor tax.
OREA President David Oikle says the province has some of the highest professional standards in any marketplace across North America.
During a time when buyers are paying sky-high prices for a house, a home inspection is a simple, low-cost tactic that will save them money.
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Wondering what Canadians’ most popular home buying destinations in the Americas are? Well, warm weather and beaches dominate the list.
As the federal government does not have direct control of housing supply, it cannot have a leading role in solving the housing crisis.