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Leasing of Toronto Office Space

With the coronavirus outbreak showing no signs of slowing down, the Greater Toronto Area office market is now exhibiting conditions similar to its state during the 2008/2009 financial meltdown, according to Colliers Canada. “Six months into the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Did the pandemic crush commercial real estate?

What was Toronto’s commercial real estate market like in the before times? It was tight, meaning a large chunk of properties were leased, which drove rents up. At the end of 2019, we had a commercial vacancy rate of 2.9 per cent. That’s ridiculously low, both...

Hold Over on a Real Estate Listing

Holdover pertains to both a Commercial and Residential Properties   You did not share how, or if, you intend to continue with the sale of your property, so, I’ll explain how the holdover clause may impact you after the current listing agreement expires. For...

Toronto Office Vacancy

The bright lights of the 2019 Canadian commercial real estate market have been the industrial and downtown office categories and the Toronto and Vancouver markets, analysts say. “The office leasing category has been really strong, other than Calgary, with Toronto...