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Canadian investment returns for 2023 show retail improvement, industrial deceleration and continuing office value decline, as capital loss balances out income growth for a flat total return.
Strong rental demand continued to outpace supply in 2023 resulting in less available purpose-built rental apartments and lower affordability, according to new report from CMHC.
Vancouver enjoys North America’s strongest demand across all asset types, ending 2023 with the lowest vacancy rates for industrial, office, multifamily and retail properties among 63 major urban markets.
A jump in participation makes progress harder to see in findings from the third global survey of diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in the commercial real estate sector.
Hamilton will soon be the first city in Ontario to introduce a renoviction bylaw forcing landlords to obtain a licence prior to issuing an N-13
New data from BC Housing shows that a record number of purpose-built rental homes were registered in BC for the second year in a row.
Average asking rents for all property types in Canada increased by 9 per cent in 2023, reaching a record-high $2,178 in December
Rentals.ca has partnered with Statistics Canada to create the Rental Market Industry Index, a new data-based resource for landlords, renters and policymakers.
The biggest challenge for many real estate owners in 2024 will be finding affordable insurance coverage to protect their buildings.
Residential property managers need to be extra vigilant this time of year to ensure their buildings are safe and properly maintained.
Fallout from higher interest rates may continue to subdue multifamily development, but lenders express more confidence in prospects for new purpose-built rental and high-rise condominium projects next year.
Canada's fall economic update includes steps to crack down on short-term rentals and billions in financing toward rental housing construction.
Kristen A Ley of Cohen Highley Lawyers provides tips and insights for rental housing professionals on navigating human rights obligations using the new HRBA framework.
Long-term renting is now seen as a viable alternative to homeownership, particularly among millennials and Gen Z tenants.
While most major cities across Canada experienced rent growth in September, there are indications the market may be slowing.
Replicating Calgary’s nascent office-to-residential conversion momentum in other markets will likely depend on the same combination of weak office values, strong housing demand and generous incentives.