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U.S. markets offer under-the-radar investment opportunities

This investment firm is the largest provider of U.S. investment properties, but that's not all they do for clients. Here's what the founder has to say.

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Could office buildings be turned into residences?

A report from the Altus Group stated that it may be too early to tell what will happen to the office spaces once COVID-19 is behind us.

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Pathway from Hong Kong to Canada now open

The gateway has opened for 300,000 Hong Kong residents with Canadian passports; an initiative that will help drive Canada's economy forward.

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Anticipated Bauhaus Condos nearing release date

Bauhaus Condos, the King St. E. tower in downtown Toronto from Lamb Development Corp., is slated to open sales in the very near future and is easily one of the most anticipated releases of 2021.

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Transit commuters have limited housing options: CMHC

A new study from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says that transit suburbs saw low construction activity.

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Big city condo markets red-hot to start 2021

“Condo price trends are comparatively weaker [than single-family homes]—due to plentiful inventories in the downtown areas of Canada’s largest cities," said an RBC Economics report from Robert Hogue.

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TRREB to Provide Input on City Study of Revenue Tools

The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board is applauding Toronto City Council for listening to our concerns and not implementing an increase to the Municipal Land Transfer Tax.

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1 Jarvis an Emblem of the new Hamilton

With over half a billion dollars earmarked for its downtown, Hamilton is on the cusp of blossoming into a brand new city. Here's what's planned.

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Low housing supply underscores Windsor’s growing pains

Rino Bortolin, councillor for Ward 3, which encompasses downtown Windsor, has been vocal about skyrocketing housing ownership and rental prices in the city’s core.

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Stakeholders come together for faster housing development

More than 20 public and private sector organizations are now on board with the ambitious initiative, known as One Ontario. The goal of the initiative is to achieve efficiency and transparency through the development approval process.

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LTT hike would exacerbate affordability woes: TRREB

Toronto City Council is voting today on whether or not to raise the municipal land transfer tax. Experts weigh in on the matter.

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COVID-19 causing major construction delays

COVID cases have been appearing on construction sites and causing further delays; something that can end up affecting consumers.

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Urbane mid-rise condo coming to Sudbury

Condoville is currently working with a landowner to develop The Brewer Lofts in Sudbury, a five-storey, 50-unit mid-rise building that blends new and old.

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