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Co-living: the key to unlocking higher cap rates

For investors in Canada, owning and renting out multifamily properties is not the same capital building enterprise that it used to be. Although vacancy rates are decreasing, with a national average of 2.4 percent in 2018 and rates much lower in larger cities like Toronto and Vancouver, cap rates are also being driven down, with multifamily homes offering the lowest rates in real estate.


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»Housing Now officially kicks off in Toronto
»PCL tops off Kingsett’s 700 Bay St. rental tower
»Investors chase down multifamily cap rates
A Snapshot of Canada’s commercial property sector
Trends in the commercial property industry can be hard to track. Nonetheless, keeping tabs on market conditions and headwinds can help asset stakeholders make the most of their investments. »READ MORE
»Ontario creates a web portal for unsolicited infrastructure bids
»New mixed-use rental buildings coming to Ottawa
»GTA realtors report condo sales up

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Climate risk profilers wrangle fragmented data
A newly released report from Global Property Index producer, MSCI, draws on geospatial and climate hazard data to identify where and how real estate assets could be vulnerable to extreme weather events and patterns. The work underscores the widening scope of resources that can be tapped to build increasingly sophisticated property profiles, as well as the challenges of that task.»READ MORE
Ontario rental rates highest in Canada

According to the latest National Rent Report, the average monthly rent for a one-bedroom home is down month over month in Toronto but still the highest in Canada, while a growing Ottawa suburb, Kanata, takes the top spot for highest rent for a two-bedroom at almost $3,000 a month. »READ MORE

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