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As the lockdown put people out of work, slowed migration and shut down demand for Airbnb, the effect on rental units has been rapid. There been a slowdown in people looking for rental apartments, creating less demand. And with more condos and purpose-built apartments available, there is...

See the complete article in the Financial Post Do stricter rent control laws slow the increase in residential rents? Housing advocates and left-leaning governments believe they do. However, recent data from Ontario appears to offer further proof that this is not the case. In April 2017, Ontario’s...

See the complete article in The Globe Builders in Toronto are facing something of a dilemna: Residents want fewer high-rises and planners are making available more sites suitable for more compact buildings, but costs are making mid-rise residential properties exceptionally expensive to construct. “My colleagues, we like...

See the complete article in Toronto Stories The Toronto real estate market is in flux. Depending on the article you read, predictions vary between unbridled optimism claiming the market is about to take off (again) and worrisome naysayers expecting an implosion. Is the Toronto real estate market truly heading for a correction...

See the complete article in RENX The torrid downtown Toronto office market is being squeezed just a bit tighter, with vacancy dipping to an historic low of 2.5 per cent says Devencore’s Toronto Downtown Spring 2018 Office Market Report. Devencore’s Spring 2018 Downtown Toronto Office Market report. That rate –...

See the complete article on TVO Suburban shopping centres are struggling to compete with online sales and big-box stores. But these two strategies could give them new life Although most things can now be bought with the click of a mouse, Ontarians continue to flock every weekend...

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