One of Canada’s largest apartment finders, RentSeeker.ca launched a new trust tool this week aimed to protect renters from rental scams. … New Feature From RentSeeker Aims To Protect Renters from Rental Scams
Facebook Marketplace continues to be an expanding network for renters and landlords with over 22 million Canadians accessing Facebook on mobile devices every month. … Facebook Partners with RentSeeker.ca
Southern Ontario housing markets continued … Southern Ontario Markets Continue to Grow 2 Years After the Fair Housing Plan
Numerous end of year summary reports indicated that the Canadian real estate market effectively achieved a soft landing. Over the past year and half, the industry has experienced a seismic shift that has brought the astronomical prices of 2017 back down to Earth. Rising interest rates, foreign homeowner taxes and rising household debt have all been strong forces acting on the market. … RentSeeker Publishes New Rental Data Showing Top 10 Most and Least Expensive Cities to Rent in Canada
It was an unseasonably hot month for real estate across Canada in November, reveals the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association – but that robust activity isn’t expected to carry over into the new year as new mortgage rules take hold.
For immediate release — November 29th 2017 –- Leading Canadian real estate search website RentSeeker.ca releases it’s 2017 Rental Market Report INFOGRAPHIC.
RentSeeker.ca’s now socially popular rental market INFOGRAPHIC’s reflect data compiled from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s (CMHC) Fall 2017 report and includes vacancy rates and the average rent costs for apartments across Canada including;
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After not raising rates for almost seven years, the Bank of Canada surprised many by increasing its benchmark interest rate this month by another +0.25 to 1.0%.
This new interest rate increase is the second 0.25 basis-point increase since July, and it is also now widely expected that another +0.25 is to be expected in October.
The Greater Toronto Area housing market continued its downward spiral in July – for the third consecutive month – as sales dropped a whopping 40.4 per cent, reveals the Toronto Real Estate Board.
Home buyers are often considering a lengthy wishlist of features when seeking the perfect new home for their needs – and for families, schools are a top consideration.
On April 20th 2017, the provincial government of Ontario introduced new legislation known as the Fair Housing Plan. The new housing affordability measures are primarily focused on assisting renters and home-buyers across the province.