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January 2017 is the start of a New Year and time for #reflections, a new auto-biographical mini-series of high quality films showcasing leaders of the Canadian real estate sector sharing personal stories, journeys and …
The City has published their “Rental Apartment Buildings: Results of Public Consultation and Proposed Regulatory Regime” report online.
Please click HERE to access it.
The following is a summary:
Licensing is not recommended;
Staff instead recommend using a “regulatory by-law” via the tools available …
The rental housing sector is forever changing, evolving and reshaping itself. Industry players are constantly adapting to market conditions in order to identify strategic opportunities for growth and diversification.
Here are some of the transactions making headlines:
Skyline Apartment REIT Acquires 6-Property Sarnia …
Story by: CRE
The Canadian government has unveiled its housing strategy plans, following months of consultation with Canadians and industry stakeholders.
“Affordable housing can connect individuals with the facilities and services they need to build secure, productive and meaningful lives for themselves.
Living close …
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Story by: Jason Meller
Last year I wrote a piece for The Huffington Post titled “Social Media Is This Generation’s Guerrilla Marketing.” It was in part a recap of my own adventures of sorts, detailing how I was using social media to …
Some key fall items include checking and cleaning storm sumps, including elevator pits; ensuring garage catch basins and drains are clear after spring cleaning; cleaning debris from roof drains; blowing leaves off roofs; checking exterior finishes and eavestroughs; checking exterior brick and mortar joints and voids; winterizing the landscaping; and checking weather stripping on doors. ~ Randy Daiter, Vice President, Residential Properties, M&R Holdings
Author: RHB Magazine