ST. JOHN’S, NL — Ikea? Bass Pro shop? Giant Tigers? The world’s biggest Tim Hortons? All of these names — except the last one, obviously — are being thrown around as potential businesses moving into the former Costco location in
Canada’s housing market is plunging as higher interest rates scare off potential buyers. Even so, the effects of the slowdown are not showing up in the
1865 Kingston Rd., Unit. 82, Pickering, Ont.
Asking price: $649,900 (March, 2022)
Selling price: $805,000 (April, 2022)
Previous selling prices: $477,000 (November, 2018); $385,000 (November, 2016); $231,900 (March, 2013); $209,000 (January, 2008); $177,000 (February, 2005); $166,000
Real estate professionals in London, Ont., say they’re seeing an increasing number of buyers remorse now that the city’s real estate market has started to cool. Some buyers are considering backing out of deals made months ago when the market