Financial

First National

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Construction Lending Q&A: Jeremy Wedgbury, First National

We spoke with Jeremy Wedgbury, Senior Vice President, Commercial Mortgages at First National, to share his insights from decades in construction lending.
Christine Battist

REMI Network

Christine Battist joins Avison Young as CFO

Christine Battist has joined Avison Youing as a principal and chief financial officer.
Bay Park Centre

REMI Network

CIBC moving headquarters to Bay Park Centre

CIBC will be moving about 15,000 of its Toronto-area employees to its new headquarters at Bay Park Centre in Toronto’s financial district.
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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.
R2Crowd

Canadian Apartment Magazine

FinTech meets multifamily capital: Amar Nijjar, R2Crowd

Financial technology, also known as “FinTech”, is defined by Wikipedia as an economic industry composed of companies that use technology to make financial services more
affordable housing construction

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Building from the Ground Up: A Great Foundation for Investors

After a lack of new construction for many years, market conditions have set the stage for a fresh wave of apartment development.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Why Savvy Investors Should Take a Look at Apartment Buildings

Uncertain economic times and a saturated condo market in Canada’s urban centres have prompted more commercial real estate investors to consider purpose-built apartment buildings as a savvy, safe investment.
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CondoBusiness

CMHC generates $338-mil in net income for Q2

CMHC’s recent Q2 financial results stated that during the last quarter, it generated $338 million in net income from its mortgage loan and other programs.
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CondoBusiness

Household debt levels a cause for concern: report

A new report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is raising concerns about the stability of Canada’s housing market. According to the global economy forum, Canadian household debt levels are among the highest recorded in Western countries.