New Orleans has recently moved to legalize and control AirBnB in their city, and after six months the ultimate impact is still far from clear.
A Supermarket in Montreal has taken farm to table to a new level, with 1.5 acres on the rooftop where they grow vegetables sold in the store. There is even a live video feed in the produce aisles so customers can see where their produce is coming from.
For the second time in three years, the world’s “hottest” luxury real estate market is ... Toronto, but Victoria is right behind in second place, according to a recent article in Christies International Real Estate latest market report.
Jim Reid shares his views in REM Online about how Canadian real estate markets continue to experience a boom in some areas, and a possible bubble in others. Media headlines often don't tell the whole story, and false comparisons and superficial research and analysis can leave the real estate consuming public with less than the whole story.
Many Vancouverites are choosing life away from the city as housing becomes increasingly unaffordable. CBC interviews several who have made the difficult choice to leave.