• multi-unit

    Multi-res apartment demand defines Q2

    Multi-suite residential properties are in demand in the second quarter, with transaction volumes growing by 17.5% year-over-year.
  • retirement living

    Chartwell launches new retirement living campaign

    Chartwell Retirement Residences is aiming to educate seniors and their adult children about retirement living through a new national advertising campaign.
  • retrofit financing

    Toronto may extend reach of retrofit financing

    Toronto Council is considering opening up a loan fund for energy upgrades to a larger pool of borrowers, including private sector landlords, condo corporations, health care and educational facilities.
  • staff engagement

    How to engage an underperforming staff

    Boost productivity and employee satisfaction with these staff engagement tips from M&R Holdings' Randy Daiter
  • Toronto apartment towers

    Energy efficiency in older stock apartments

    Looking for ways to boost energy efficiency in your older-stock apartment buildings? We spoke with Mike Mulqueen, Lead, CDM Business Development (MURB) at Toronto Hydro for insights into the latest incentives and energy efficiency opportunities as we head into 2017.
  • fire safety

    Advances in fire alarm technology

    Fire alarm technology is an important consideration for any apartment building owner . Tyco's Peter Redfern shares the features and benefits of the addressable fire alarm notification technology used in today's leading systems.

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  • waste management

    Prevent pests with proper waste management

    When evaluating the best waste management practices for your property, it’s important to keep pest control in mind. Apartment complexes offer everything pests need to survive: food, water, warmth and shelter.
  • zero carbon

    Moving toward a zero carbon economy

    In a changing world where “zero carbon” is the ultimate goal in building design, can retrofits alone make Canada’s aging apartment stock sustainable?
  • tax break for new rental housing

    Manitoba nixes tax break for new rental housing

    Developers of purpose-built rental housing in Manitoba are losing a tax credit that has been available for the past five years.

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