Saturday, October 20, 2012

Demand For Canadian Commercial Real Estate Strong-Re/Max

 



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Toronto Commercial Real Estate
 

Canadian Commercial Real Estate Report


A Re/Max Commercial Investor Report found most major Canadian markets recorded an increase in Commercial sales and dollar volume in the first half of 2012.

Nine Canadian cities shared the upbeat trends in Commercial Real Estate:
  • Greater Vancouver
  • Calgary
  • Edmonton
  • Regina
  • Winnipeg
  • London,Ont.
  • Greater Toronto Area
  • Ottawa
  • Halifax-Dartmouth
Both Canadian and foreign investors snapped up strip malls, apartment buildings, retail storefronts and smaller office buildings.

Low interest rates and small returns on GICs as well as an under performing stock market have renewed demand for Commercial Real Estate this year.

U.S. and multi-national retailers like Nordstrom, Target, J.Crew, Marshalls and many more continue to fuel positive activity in the Canadian Retail segment, coast to coast.

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