Could near-zero interest rates and temporarily lower prices overcome the coronavirus? Based on current figures, Calgary’s housing market is holding strong against any more pandemic-realted dips.
Toronto real estate could be in for a change in 2022, if a proposed tax gets the green light, but a RE/MAX executive says it's not the answer.
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Will Ontario cottage country remain a hot destination for U.S. homebuyers, once borders reopen and life returns to normal? RE/MAX explores.
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RE/MAX Canada takes a look at Canmore real estate, as the town is seeing an influx of interest from homebuyers across the country.
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Most construction projects have been spared the worst of the pandemic, and homebuilder activity has maintained its record-setting strength throughout the public health crisis.
When you think of Hometown Heroes in Brantford, ON, Tammy Hunt’s name jumps to the top of the list. Six years ago, Tammy opened up The Closet Door, a thrift store which sold mens and womens clothing, with a portion of the proceeds donated to the Cancer Care Clinic in the D Wing of the Brantford General Hospital.
Calgary real estate is likely to continue as a balanced market in 2021, with ongoing economic factors related to the oil and gas sectors, as well as COVID-19, expected to impact market activity.