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A ‘tsunami of inheritances’ more likely to be a recipe for disaster
3 future #CommercialRealEstateTrends to watch
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Alberta: From state of emergency to back to business
Understanding cap rates in the apartment sector
Vancouver real estate crowdfunding panel discussions
Buying your own office – Why it’s worth it now more than ever
Real estate trades then and now … negative leverage then and positive leverage now
The greenbelt’s collateral damage
Kim Saunders first Canadian BOMA Fellow
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BIZ 3 future #CommercialRealEstateTrends to watch
There have been many advancements over the past 20 years in commercial real estate trends and technology that have changed...
BIZ The sky is not falling in Saskatoon
I had a conversation with a small contractor this week whose view of the commercial real estate market was a...
Cenovus offers Calgary office as sub-lease
Cenovus Energy Inc. is shopping for replacement tenants to fill unused office space and is now expected to occupy just...
BIZ A ‘tsunami of inheritances’ more likely to be a recipe for disaster
Surging home prices and soaring consumer debt are not problems you can solve simply by throwing money at them, even...
Australia taxes foreigners as home affordability bites
Sydney is imposing new taxes on foreigners buying homes as concerns grow that a flood of mostly Chinese investors is...
Average Canadian house price $509,460 in May
The average price of a Canadian home sold in May was $509,460, a 13 per cent increase in the past...
BIZ Canada’s largest green building conference coming to Toronto
Building Lasting Change, the Canada Green Building Council’s (CaGBC) annual National Conference and Expo, brings together industry experts from Canada...
BIZ New NECB to create more energy-efficient buildings
New buildings in Canada will become more energy-efficient with the introduction of some 90 changes to the National Energy Code...
BIZ Small investors powering green revolution: CoPower
The biggest obstacle to the greening of Canada’s commercial real estate portfolio isn’t technology, infrastructure or government approvals. It’s money. ...