Spring Statistics Niagara on the Lake and Toronto. Let’s take a look at the sales stats for the past month (April 2018) and compare them to 2017. Stats are similar for February and March and are provided by the Niagara Association of Realtors and the Toronto Real Estate Board.
The 15% Non-Resident Speculation Tax has been implemented. All residential properties in what the Ontario Government specifies as being the Golden Horseshoe will be subject to the tax; any binding agreements of purchase and sale signed after this date will be subject to the tax.
A look at how a BC Supreme Court ruling will change the way Real Estate practitioners look at transactions in Canada.
A look at how a foreign investment tax could impact the Niagara-on-the-Lake real estate market.