Property Biz Canada

A second weekly edition of Property Biz Canada

Ann White | Property Biz Canada | 2017-01-31


Welcome to the first Tuesday edition of Property Biz Canada.

Since 2011 when Property Biz Canada was first launched it has been published on Thursdays. By virtue of being a weekly publication Biz’s content has fallen somewhere between being an online magazine and news. A second weekly edition of Biz on Tuesday will make way for a more ‘newsy’ and timely type of content.

The second edition will also provide a venue for green real estate news and information published by our sister website Sustainable Biz Canada. In 2016 RENX moved its subscriber list interested in sustainability to Sustainable Biz Canada.   The new website is covering green buildings as well as sustainable energy and broader corporate topics in the sustainability realm.

A higher volume of content for Property Biz Canada is the next step toward providing more comprehensive coverage geographically across the country and by real estate sector.   The Tuesday edition of Biz will have greater emphasis on news about the apartment building sector that has been gaining momentum as home ownership slips out of reach for many Canadians.

As always we are looking for stories about the companies, business strategies, developments, markets, people and all the other elements that make up the real estate industry in Canada. If you have a story to tell please send it our way.

We also welcome Property Biz Canada readers comments and suggestions.

We are easy to reach by email or phone (1-855-569-6300) and via our social media sites.

Ann White
Owner / Publisher
RENX / Property Biz Canada

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Ann launched RENX in 2001 as a part-time venture and has grown the publication to become a primary source of online news for the Canadian real estate industry. Prior to RENX, she had a website hosting and development company that built more than 30 websites between 1997 and 2001. During the ’90s, she worked as a project manager in the co-operative housing sector in Toronto, guiding multi-unit developments from land acquisition through to occupancy.

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