Whether you’re looking for something in the heart of the city or deep in the mountains, if you’ve got $1 million, you can make it happen. This week, we look at wooden-accented homes in Toronto, Ont., Vernon, B.C. and Edmonton, Alta. Which would you choose? All listings courtesy Zoocasa.
With housing affordability now at “crisis levels” in Vancouver , and the average home price in Toronto on the rise , many people are seriously looking outside of major urban centres for more affordable housing (and for backyards). This week, we look at three suburban homes in Oakville, Ont. outside
Investing in the stock market isn't for the faint of heart, but the old adage rings true: with great risk often comes great reward.
While StatsCan data shows that foreign buyers make up only a small per cent of home buyers in Canada, they’re still perceived as buying up the market, a new study shows. According to a study from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation , 68 per cent of Vancouver respondents, 48 per cent of Toronto
This week, we look at three centrally-located urban homes, and figure out just how much bang you can get for your buck. With homes in Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary to choose from, there are plenty of ways to spend that $1 million budget. Which would you choose? Photos courtesy Zoocasa. Download the
On June 11, Starbucks Canada will be shutting 1.100 locations across the country for inclusiveness training at 2:30 p.m. local time.
If you’re in the market for a million-dollar home, which is more important: space or location? This week, we look at a sprawling property in Rural Sturgeon County, Alta., which is big enough to fit these properties in Surrey, B.C. and Toronto, Ont. inside. Which would you choose? All listings courtesy
When you’ve got $1 million to spend on a new home, one of the things you may want is a beautiful beach view. Lucky for you, all of this week’s homes include a view of a lake or ocean — how much of it you can see varies. This week, we look at homes in Toronto, Ont., Conception Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador
If you thought that home prices were bad enough on their own, just wait until you hear how much more you’re paying in regulatory fees. New research from C.D. Howe found that on average, Canadians who bought in the hottest real estate markets paid an average of $229,000 extra between 2007 and 2016 because
Cam Battley, Chief Corporate Officer of Aurora Cannabis, speaks to Yahoo Canada Finance about the MedReleaf merger.
If you’re in the market for a $1 million home, the reality is that location plays a big part of what you can afford. This week, we look at three homes: one is a short commute from Vancouver, another is a short walk from Calgary’s core, and the third is more than an hour’s drive north of Toronto — but
Canadians fearing repercussions from Trump's oil sanctions have little to worry about. Unfortunately, Canadian investors won't see much change, either.
Whether you’ve got loads to spend, or are counting every penny, you want to get the most house for your money when you’re buying, right? These three houses all have plenty of bedrooms and spacious backyards for you to enjoy. This week, we look at homes in Toronto, Ont., Strathmore, Alta. and Langley,
In the annual J.D. Power Canadian Retail Banking Satisfaction Study, customers of the Big 5 banks were found to be happiest at RBC Royal Bank, scoring 788 out of a 1,000-point scale. Scotiabank ranked the lowest of the Big 5, scoring 762. Canadians were most satisfied with RBC, and least satisfied
When you’re shopping for the perfect home, $1 million can feel like a lot of money to spend, but as the cost of homes in Canada’s housing market continues to go up, that money doesn’t go quite as far. If you’re looking at moving to a centrally-located abode in the heart of a major city, you’ll be paying
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When you’re in the market for a new home, chances are you want to get the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to the size of the house. But if lot size is more important to you, then these homes will be be right up your alley. All three of this week’s homes leave a little to be desired between the