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Home - Monthly rent across Canada expected to rise — especially in these 3 cities: report

Monthly rent across Canada expected to rise — especially in these 3 cities: report

January 8, 2019.

Low vacancy numbers, unaffordable housing and high interest rates may cause rental prices across Canada to increase in 2019, according to a new report.

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Home - What will 2019 bring for Toronto real estate investors?

What will 2019 bring for Toronto real estate investors?

January 8, 2019.

Aafter spending the holidays traveling, talking with real estate investors and entrepreneurs from around the world and getting to read all the other predictions, a few key themes emerge.

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Home - Toronto can’t build office towers fast enough

Toronto can’t build office towers fast enough

January 8, 2019.

A GO train leaving Union Station in Toronto roars past the elevator block rising for the first tower of Ivanhoé Cambridge’s 2.9-million-square-foot CIBC Square. The tower, one of many in the works in downtown Toronto, is slated to open in mid-2020 and is already fully leased.

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Home - Expecting higher rates in 2019? Don’t bet on it just yet

Expecting higher rates in 2019? Don't bet on it just yet

January 6, 2019.

It wasn't long ago that rate hikes were all but a certainty, but economic and market developments in recent weeks have some saying a cut is on the table.

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Home - ‘Hyper-concentration’ of jobs occurring in Toronto’s downtown

‘Hyper-concentration’ of jobs occurring in Toronto’s downtown

December 11, 2018.

A fundamental economic shift is “hyper-concentrating” new knowledge-economy jobs in Toronto’s downtown as traditional manufacturing employment evaporates across much of southern Ontario, a new report warns, and the trend has major ramifications for public transit and land-use planning.

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Home - Doug Ford’s rent control exemption will make housing less affordable for Toronto tenants

Doug Ford's rent control exemption will make housing less affordable for Toronto tenants

December 11, 2018.

Rent control policies have played a role in “limiting supply growth in purpose-built” rental housing, according to Doug Ford’s government.

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