Skip To Content

Insights Drive Success

So much of our success depends on cultivating knowledge and a deep understanding of the real estate industry. Our leadership team brings expertise gathered from years of experience and insatiable curiosity about the world around them — read on to hear their insights as well as the latest industry news.

 

Monthly Archives: October, 2017

October 20, 2017

Bentall Kennedy JV to build Calgary industrial project on spec

The Calgary region’s first major speculative industrial development since 2015 is a clear sign the city has come out of its economic doldrums and is on the path of recovery, its backers say.

READ ARTICLE

October 20, 2017

Historic investment fosters construction boom in Lethbridge

Mayor Chris Spearman said the $350-million Cavendish frozen potato processing plant brings the

READ ARTICLE

October 20, 2017

Are there buyers for the Cominar REIT portfolio?

Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust’s (CUF.UN-T) intention to sell its entire real estate portfolio outside of its core markets in Montreal, Quebec City and Ottawa/Gatineau raises the question as to the current investor interest in commercial properties.

READ ARTICLE

October 20, 2017

Winnipeg bright spot in Prairie multi-family rentals Alberta, Saskatchewan cities seeing higher vacancies than in the more stable Manitoba capital

Winnipeg has emerged as the big-city bright spot for residential landlords with a rental vacancy rate a fraction of that in most large cities of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

READ ARTICLE

October 20, 2017

Smaller market opportunities for apartment buildings

Smaller markets are an intriguing and profitable option for some apartment building investors as land and building prices in many major Canadian cities become too expensive.

READ ARTICLE

Stay on Top of What’s New

Sign up for our newsletter and stay up-to-date with offerings and insights.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.