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The “Canadian” real estate market: 4 key cities

Posted on: February 27th, 2017 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments

Canada is a vast country with many unique regions. The same can be said for the Canadian real estate market. Specific geographic regions have unique qualities that affect the real estate market for investors, construction, and home builders.┬áBDO Canada’s latest gifographic covers four key cities in the Canada real estate market and the qualities that […]

Brownfield development: Factors to consider

Posted on: February 20th, 2017 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments
Brownfield development

Developing “brownfields” – those abandoned or underused┬áplaces where past activities may have left behind environmental contamination – is a more and more common practice for real estate investors and developers. Why? Brownfields are often located in places that would otherwise be considered ideal for development, including downtowns, waterfronts, and next to residential areas that provide […]

Canadian real estate market: 4 trends affecting the landscape

Posted on: May 25th, 2016 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments
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Talking about the “Canadian Market” is difficult in a country with so many varied and specific sub-markets. What is happening in Vancouver and Toronto vs. Calgary and Windsor or Halifax? These are all very different conversations. But some overall economic drivers affect each of these markets in different and interesting ways. BDO Canada’s Real Estate […]