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Winnipeg bright spot in Prairie multi-family rentals

Winnipeg bright spot in Prairie multi-family rentals

Alberta, Saskatchewan cities seeing higher vacancies than in the more stable Manitoba capital
Regional variances continue to skew Western Canada condo market

Regional variances continue to skew Western Canada condo market

Vancouver condos still severely outprice every other market
Year-end report shows landlord-friendly rental market into 2017

Year-end report shows landlord-friendly rental market into 2017

Despite a slowdown in sales, Metro Vancouver's multi-family asset class remains one of the safest investment classes in commercial real estate, due to high per-suite values and demand
Prairie multi-family market presents a mixed message

Prairie multi-family market presents a mixed message

Winnipeg is short of rentals and Saskatchewan is short of tenants, as Manitoba’s capital draws investors while Saskatoon and Regina landlords face rising vacancies
Multi-family property prices not dented by oil recession

Multi-family property prices not dented by oil recession

A third quarter report on the rental real estate market in Alberta says transaction values have remained high through 2015 and into 2016
Future bright for multi-family rental market: expert

Future bright for multi-family rental market: expert

“Perfect storm” lifts landlords and rental developers, even in Alberta, says Toronto-based Derek Lobo, CEO of SVN Rock Advisors
Multi-family rentals exposed to new foreign buyer tax

Multi-family rentals exposed to new foreign buyer tax

Only commercial category subject to 15 per cent tax, unlike commercial land sold for high-density residential projects
Landlords: timing and tuning the right exit strategy

Landlords: timing and tuning the right exit strategy

Many Metro Vancouver investors keen to buy underperforming apartment properties and upgrade them to market value.
Mainstreet donates 200 apartments to refugees

Mainstreet donates 200 apartments to refugees

Mainstreet Equity Corp. donates apartments in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan
High costs to buy will keep many renting in Vancouver

High costs to buy will keep many renting in Vancouver

It can cost twice as much to more per month to buy a condo than rent an apartment