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Innovative ways to fill units faster
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The rapid pace of innovation in the real estate industry has given rise to disruptive technologies. In recent years, the market has started to shift nearly every aspect of the rental process, from standard communications to leasing applications. The digital transformation has affected all stakeholders in real estate.

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Headline News
»Oxford unveils plans for Union Park
 
»Multi-unit construction boosts housing starts in June
 
»BentallGreenOak officially emerges
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Where there’s Smoke: Wildfire prevention tips for property owners
Warmer weather and drylands are prime kindling for wildfires. And if current blazes across B.C. and northern Alberta are any indication, Canada is bracing for one of its most severe wildfire seasons yet.  »READ MORE
»Condos, rentals coming to Montreal’s Molson site
 
»Canada inconspicuous in Global Property Index
 
»Rental prices leveling out in major European cities
 

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Government invests in deep energy retrofits
A new government-funded project led by The Atmospheric Fund will invest $5.75 million toward deep energy retrofits, including heating, cooling, lighting systems, and other measures to reduce wastage in four multi-residential buildings in the cities of Toronto and Hamilton. »READ MORE
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Breathing life into outdoor spaces

When the spring comes, it’s inevitable that people will want to be outside, basking in the warm, fresh air. But for multi-residential building residents, finding that comfortable outdoor space isn’t always easy. Not all apartment units come with balconies and not all properties are designed with shared spaces in mind. So what are the basics of creating inviting, communal outdoor spaces that will attract residents and give them that open-air refuge they deserve?. »READ MORE

 
 
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