If you are a businesses looking for office space in the nation's hottest tech markets should expect to pay a premium - and a hefty one in many of the top tech cities across the U.S.
When you think of thriving destinations for golf resort communities, the Sun Belt naturally comes to mind first - places like Florida, California and Arizona - not Canada - until now.
International investment in commercial real estate is dominated by Asian interests in both Canada and the U.S.
According to a new report by Knight Frank, Chinese outward investment in overseas real estate is estimated to hit $15 billion by the end of 2014.
Prices for prime residential property in the world's leading city markets rose by only 0.2%.
It's summertime (at least in the Northern Hemisphere). And summertime is road-trip time!
According to a new report by CoreLogic, more than 300,000 homes returned to positive equity in the first quarter of 2014, bringing the total number of mortgaged residential properties with equity to more than 43 million.
Mother's Day getaways used to be just a short drive down the road, to a favorite local restaurant.
Canadian home sales fell 3.3 percent from December to January, marking the fifth consecutive drop.
U.S. billionaire Donald Trump has purchased a golf resort in County Clare, Ireland, marking the first Trump Hotel Collection property in Ireland. The property mogul's organization completed the purchase of the oceanfront Doonbeg Golf Club.
During the first month of January, home sales outpaced historical averages in Greater Vancouver's housing market.
Building permits in Canada fell in November, providing further evidence of a cooling housing market.
Total home sales in Vancouver were 14 percent higher in 2013 than the previous year, according to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver. A total of 28,524 detached, attached and apartments properties were sold in 2013.
Home sales in Canada barely shifted in November, keeping the housing market in balanced territory, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association. National home sales dropped 0.1 percent from October to November.
Home sales in Greater Vancouver were 38 percent higher in November, compared to last year, as the market enjoys consistent home sales and listing activity. A total of 2,321 homes were sold in November, compared 1,686 sales last year.