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Affordable rental housing on national agenda
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As 2019 begins, Canadians face a well-chronicled slate of challenges to owning or renting a home. Supply is tight, demand is robust and more stringent controls on obtaining credit have kept many would-be homeowners in rental dwellings. Despite this certain knowledge and some meaningful action steps taken by policy-makers to mitigate hurdles and spur new development, housing experts foresee a persistent lack of affordable housing into the future.

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Headline News
»Starlight and Homestead acquire two rental properties
 
»Alignvest purchases Ottawa student residence
 
»B.C. Rental Housing Task Force submits final recommendations
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Construction Lending Q&A: Jeremy Wedgbury, First National
Construction activity is on the upswing across Canada — particularly in the apartment sector – thanks to increasing risk capital flows in response to strong demand for new buildings. How long will this trend last and what factors are driving it?
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»Housing affordability to erode further in 2019: RBC Economics
 
»Firm Capital Property Trust acquires Dartmouth rental building
 
»Bentall Kennedy and GreenOak announce merger
 

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Construction trades of the future
Construction has at times been deemed stagnant compared to other industries, criticized for its lack of innovation and its inefficiencies, particularly in the manufacturing sector. The good news is that the construction industry is changing.  »READ MORE
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Addressing sub-standard rental housing

Hamilton-area landlords are speaking out after city councillors voted to move forward on a rental housing licensing pilot affecting Wards 1 and 8 near McMaster University and Mohawk College. If approved, rental properties with six or fewer units will be required to obtain an annual rental housing license for $200, money which will go towards funding future building inspections.
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