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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Rental demand in Canada’s major urban centres

Measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 and protect Canadians’ health are contributing to a significant interruption in rental demand.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Survey finds significant number of adult Canadians moving back home 

A new survey by found that a significant number of adult Canadians are moving back home with parents due to the financial pressures of COVID-19.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

COVID-19’s impact on housing choices

New data shows more Canadians are making conservative housing choices due to sustained income loss and fear of a second wave. 

Canadian Apartment Magazine

On the road to recovery

New data from Altus Group, Morguard, and show a slump in sales and declining rental rates as we ease our way down the road to recovery.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Average monthly rents decline in April

Average monthly rents were down in April over March in most Canadian cities, including Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa, according to the latest data from and Bullpen Research & Consulting.
'forever renter'

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Survey finds 1 in 10 Canadians believe they’ll be renting forever

According to new research from, more than 3.4 million Canadians believe they'll never own a home, particularly in the frame of the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Avenue Living reports positive April rent revenue

Despite the drastic economic downturn due to COVID-19, Calgary-based Avenue Living reports that the large majority of its tenants paid their April rent.
Airbnb longer-term strategy

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Airbnb shifts towards longer-term rental strategy

With the pandemic putting an abrupt halt to travel and tourism, short-term vacation rentals have seen a sharp decline in bookings. As a result, changes are afoot at Airbnb with a longer-term strategy now underway.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Tight market conditions persist in GTA

New CMHC rental market survey sheds light on the main drivers affecting the GTA's tight market conditions.
urban growth

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Tackling the challenges of urban growth

As rents continue to climb in Canada’s major metropolitan areas, “creative” and “collaborative” solutions will be needed to tackle the challenges of urban growth.
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REMI Network

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.
buildex alberta

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Finding an Apartment Just Got Easier continues to lead the market as one of Canada’s largest, most visited, and most trusted apartment finders.

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Rental prices leveling out in major European cities

After continuous, and sometimes steep, increases in rent in major European cities over the past few years, prices seem to have plateaued and are leveling out this quarter, according to a new report from HousingAnywhere.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Average rents decline slightly in March

Overall, average rents in Canada declined slightly in March after three straight months of increasing rental rates, according to the April national rent report produced by and Bullpen Research & Consulting.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Rental supply shortages fuel demand

According to CMHC's 2017 Rental Market Survey, the average vacancy rate for purpose-built rental apartment units across Canada decreased from 3.7 per cent in October 2016 to 3.0 per cent in October 2017.
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GTA condo markets tighten in Q4

Condominium apartment sales in the GTA climbed 22.3 per cent year-over-year to 6,831 in Q4-2016, according to the Toronto Real Estate Board.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Top rental trends of 2016

With over 395,000 live listings currently in its real estate channel—of which, over 83,000 listings are apartments and condos for rent—Kijiji’s rental listing data provides a great window into Canadian rental trends.