As we enter a new decade we should look ahead to see what will come of our real estate as we approach 2030.
The LRT is dead and we should be rejoicing and singing in the streets but those on their soapboxes are still crying that we were lied to and misled.
All it takes is some headline from somewhere else in the country for our councillors to jump on the bandwagon
Real Estate listings are down and the prices are going up as we finish up the year and those who speculate believe this trend will continue into 2020.
There are a lot of people on twitter making fake rage comments but in reality it seems we are not surprised by this leak
When you take the point of view of a seller then you may want to sell in the high market to get top dollar and get it sold fast.
Hamilton, Ontario, has seen the average rent rate for condos and rental apartments rise by nearly a quarter of its total in the space of a single year.
In the past you would hear about competing offers, bully offers, multiple offers, and it would scare you away, or make you feel that you overpaid
The numbers are at an all time high — once again. It seems we are just getting so used to the market moving up that we sometimes do not take much notice
Nonprofits are teaming up to increase their chances of getting funding to build more units for those in need.
It seems that all the political parties have different opinions regarding foreign buyers but they all agree on the need to impose some type of tax
There are fifty new cannabis retail stores about to open this month in Ontario and perceptions regarding their value are slowly changing.
Recession is the next word that will be blasted all over the media in the coming months but Canada will probably skirt it once again
The basic scam was to lure a potential renter to provide their passport information and $500.00 upfront to secure the rental.
MoneySense Magazine created a report that marked the top 35 cities to live in Canada. Hamilton, Ontario was ranked in the top 10, coming in at number 7.
The Real Estate Experts have done research and they predict that the Hamilton Real Estate Market will grow slightly for the next two and a half years
Homebuyers hoping to settle down on Hamilton’s mountain are likely to face more competition in the bidding process than anywhere else in the city.