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Removing rent control on new units won’t ease...

The Ontario government’s removal of rent controls on new, previously unoccupied rental units will mean higher housing costs in the future but won’t do much to relieve Toronto’s historically low vacancy rate, at least in the near term, say tenant …

Canada’s Canna...

Canada’s competitive advantage in cannabis is disappearing.
Half of the 10 biggest marijuana companies trading in Canada are now U.S. based, including MedMen Enterprises Inc. of Los Angeles, Curaleaf Holdings Inc. of Wakefield, Mass., and Green Thumb Industries Inc. of Chicago. …

In Morneau’s f...

Competitiveness.
If there’s been a single issue for Canadian business leaders to rally around this year it’s that one – and more specifically losing their competitive advantage with our largest trading partner, the United States.
As U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration slashed …

Toronto apartment in...

Toronto’s apartment segment is experiencing a healthy infusion of new supply, but a new analysis by Marcus & Millichap indicated that the rate of addition is not proving enough to address the inflamed levels of demand for the city’s residential …

Montreal housing mar...

Continued economic growth will drive Montreal’s housing upswing to 2020, according to the latest Housing Market Outlook report from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).
The report also forecasts that the Montreal construction boom will continue its growth, with new …

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Quote Worthy

I believe that we have reached a peak in the home ownership rate. I think that the affordability issue is the primary reason and I do not see it improving in any significant way. I think that, for that reason, renting will become a more acceptable option for young families and older Canadians. ~ Benjamin Tal, Deputy Chief Economist, CIBC World Markets Inc.

Rental Rates

Author: David Gargaro

Rental Rates
Fires Happen

Author: David Gargaro

Fires Happen
CFAA Direct Membership

Author: David Gargaro

CFAA Direct Membership
National Outlook

Author: RHB Magazine

National Outlook
Regional Association Voice

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Regional Association Voice
Spin Cycle

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Spin Cycle