• housing market

    Five policies that could affect the housing market

    Immigration figures into the Real Estate Investment Network’s list of five policies that are likely to affect the future housing market.
  • co-working

    CAPREIT acquires substantial Halifax portfolio

    CAPREIT announced plans to move ahead on the acquisition of a substantial Halifax apartment portfolio comprised of eight properties containing fourteen apartment buildings and 1,503 rental suites.
  • lender confidence

    Multifamily asset class wins lender confidence

    Lenders to the Canadian commercial real estate industry aren't losing much sleep over their allocations to the multifamily asset class, as just 2.2 per cent of recent survey respondents report concerns about its prospects.

Hot Topics

  • affordable housing

    Affordable housing for all

    As Canada’s federal election inches closer, and hopeful candidates criss-cross the nation making bold declarations about future reform, affordable housing remains a hot-button issue for all.
  • Gen Z friendly cities

    Gen Z friendly cities foster a rising cohort

    The study assesses and scores 110 prominent international cities on 22 indicators deemed to support and/or influence the age cohort born between 1997 and 2012.
  • The Selby

    The new standard for rental living

    Focusing primarily on the millennial market, The Selby offers residents a lifestyle that "inspires comfort, connection and a sense of belonging" through its unique millennial-centric services and experiences.

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  • rental market

    Ford announces rent control pull-back

    As part of its newly announced “Housing Supply Action Plan,” the Ontario Government is proposing a strategy to increase the province’s rental housing supply through new measures affecting rent control.
  • live-in superintendents

    Ontario leaves live-in superintendents exposed

    For now, market demand and the goodwill of employers are still the prime determinants of superintendents' working conditions.
  • Toronto CityPlace

    GTA cap rate hits new benchmark low

    The average cap rate in the GTA for the third quarter of 2015 (Q3’15) hit its lowest level in the last 30 years. Cap rate in Q3’15 stood at 3.75 per cent, down from 4.2 per cent in Q2’15 and down almost 50 per cent from the 6.3 per cent posted in Q3’10.