multiresidential

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Outsourcing Property Management Accounting

As the property management sector grows in volume and complexity, building teams across the industry are working overtime to manage day-to-day financial and tenant management tasks.

Canadian Property Management

Earn carbon rebates: A step in the right direction

Matting isn’t typically the first place that facility management teams look when improving their environmental footprint. Nevertheless, technological advances in mat construction and cleaning techniques are prompting facility teams to partner with sustainable matting specialists that can help make a difference at the ground level.

CondoBusiness

Bespoke carpeting: Your condo, your design 

Whether adding a splash of style or bolstering your condo’s brand, there are advantages to choosing a bespoke design for your building’s interior carpets. Thanks to modern materials and cutting-edge manufacturing techniques, it’s easier (and, in some cases, more cost-effective) to see your specific vision laid out. 
ViFloor lobbey

Canadian Property Management

Condo Matting 101: Understanding what’s below your feet

When it comes to condo matting, a number of elements that must come together to create surface coverings that are safe, durable, and apt to grab attention.
residential buildings

REMI Network

Toronto urges new health, safety policies for residential buildings

The City of Toronto is asking landlords and condo boards to follow specific health and safety guidelines in residential buildings.
Rogers communication

Canadian Property Management

The tech-savvy resident

It's a content-streaming, always connected, on-the-go world of online entertainment, and multi-residential customers expect nothing less.
Rogers communication

CondoBusiness

The tech-savvy resident

It's a content-streaming, always connected, on-the-go world of online entertainment, and condo residents expect nothing less.
affordable housing construction

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Housing starts trend increases in September

Housing starts in Canada have trended upwards in September, according to CMHC. The trend measure of housing starts was 199,503 units this past month compared to 196,465 in August. The trend is a six-month moving average of the monthly seasonally adjusted annual rates (SAAR) of housing starts.