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Cap Rate

Cap Rate Definition The information noted below was prepared only as an example. Please note the rates reflected are not indicative of current market cap rates as commercial and industrial properties have appreciated tremendously in the past two to three years. What...

Center Point Mall to be redeveloped

Toronto's brick-and-mortar retail landscape has suffered immensely with the rise of online shopping and exponentially more during the pandemic, and it looks like the thirst for new housing could soon bring about the end of a shopping mall that's been a North York...

Warehouse & Industrial Real Estate

Logistics, warehousing and fulfillment are the clear winners this year. This segment of industrial real estate has remained resilient throughout the pandemic—in large part because of a surge in demand from e-commerce, food delivery services, home improvement retailers...

Net Rent explained

Single vs. Double vs. Triple Net Leases: An Overview    A triple net lease (NNN) helps landlords reduce the risk of a commercial lease. A triple net lease is one of three types of net leases, a type of real estate lease where a tenant pays one or more additional...

Industrial Real Estate Markets are out of Balance

Canada’s big-city industrial markets are out of balance. For too long, there’s been too much demand and too little space. That’s an especially pressing issue when it comes to warehouse space in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal, which all face industrial vacancies that...

Over 7.9 Million Square Feet Leased in Q2 2021

TRREB Commercial Network Members reported 7,940,489 square feet of leased space through TRREB's MLS® System in Q2 2021 for all lease transactions types across the industrial, commercial/ retail and office market segments. This result was more than double the result...