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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Single Speed Elevators Holding Property Owners at Risk

New directives by the Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA) are placing greater liability on property owners with legacy elevator technology.
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Canadian Property Management

Innovation Transforms Historic Landmark Hotel

Built in 1903, the Fort Gary Hotel recently underwent extensive renovations to bring it up to modern standards. Find out how one of Winnipeg’s most iconic buildings is reaping the rewards of advanced building automation.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Q&A: Knowing Your Apartment Funding Options

These are opportune times for apartment builders, and ones that require a nuanced understanding of the markets and respective lending options.
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REMI Network

Bringing B.C. Back to Life

B.C. wildfires have displaced more than 19,000 residents, destroyed countless hectares of land, and caused untold millions of dollars in damages.
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Canadian Property Management

Outdoor Maintenance Projects to Tackle this Summer

Summer is the perfect time to deal with outdoor maintenance projects. Here are some tips from Elite Trade Painting's Mike Benteau on where to start.
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REMI Network

Smarter Buildings on the Rise

Smarter building technology systems are unlocking more meaningful data and providing more solutions than before. Here is WSP's take on this major trend.
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Canadian Property Management

Rental Construction Financing

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation has $2.5 billion available in lower cost loans for rental construction financing.
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CondoBusiness

The Business Continuity Plan: Your Post-Disaster Gameplan

In an age when everyone is looking for assurances, having a Business Continuity Plan will bring your clients and employees peace of mind.
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REMI Network

Three Ways Engineers Can Improve Building Projects

Hiring only a contractor for a building project could mean missing out on a level of engineering expertise that is, in fact, profitable in the long term.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Disaster Planning: Before, During, and After

Recognizing risks is important, but to be truly prepared, companies need to have a disaster plan in place to protect them before, during, and after an event.
Elite Trade Painting

Canadian Property Management

Tips for Painting your Commercial Property

Mike Benteau, president of paint contractors Elite Trade Painting, provides some tips to keep in mind when considering your property’s next paint job.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Disaster Preparation: Do Your Homework

Having an emergency game plan within reach and ready to go is critical to helping disaster responders provide a fast, effective, and thorough response.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

What Apartment Owners Look For in a Lender

First National's Robert Fleet and Peter Cook have some advice for apartment owners that are looking for a lender for their property.
property managers

REMI Network

Transforming property managers into high performers

Developing and managing high-performing real estate assets, while reducing the consumption of natural resources is now an industry expectation.
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CondoBusiness

Preparing for the Worst

No one likes to think about disasters, but the reality is they happen. Being prepared and aligning with the right partners can be the difference between a quick response or a long and costly recovery.
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CondoBusiness

Suite Metering for Water – Facts, Benefits & Solutions

Water sub-metering is fast becoming a method of choice among Canada's industry stakeholders who wish to reduce their property's impact on the environment.
How to invest for success in a hot rental market.

Canadian Apartment Magazine

How to Invest for Success in a Hot Rental Market

“The rise of permanent renters," has ignited a hot rental market for apartment buildings. However, investor demand far exceeds supply.