These properties offer great investment returns without the need for active management. We currently have properties priced between $ 2 – 30 million, with cap rates of 4.50 to 6%.
We have several plazas and office buildings available with good cap rates and great upside potential. If you are looking for diversification, this type of property may be ideal.
We work closely with both land owners and developers. We have Residential and Commercial development lands available, and can work with you in acquisition or divestiture of land assets.
Whether you have space for lease as a landlord, or are looking for that perfect spot to start or grow your business as a tenant, we can help negotiate lease terms that are favourable to you.
November 5, 2019 – The booming office market, proliferation of tech, and industrial shortage lead list of concerns. Most aspects of Canadian big-city commercial real estate have been on a bull run for the better part of the last decade. Commercial property conferences have been teeming with more optimism than complaints lately, and the chatter Read more about Three top issues on minds of Canadian commercial property insiders[…]
September 11, 2019 – Canada’s rental apartment building market is the strongest it’s ever been — especially from the perspective of apartment building owners. Buildings are practically full across the country, rental rates are at or near 10-year highs in nearly every market, and average national rents have climbed 4.4 per cent annually over the Read more about Three reasons Canada’s apartment building owners are happy[…]
August 6, 2019 – The office, industrial and retail commercial real estate markets in the GTA and Ottawa continue to perform well and remain well within “landlord” market status. The GTA office market vacancy rate has decreased by 90 basis points (bps) year-over-year to end July 2019 at 4.8%, with the average net asking rental Read more about Ontario Commercial Real Estate Market Update[…]
July 16, 2019 – Home ownership rates in Canada have stayed relatively constant over the past 20 years, hitting a low of 64 per cent in 1999 and a high of 68 per cent in 2013. But recently released figures from StatsCan’s 2018 Canadian Housing Statistics Program, which found that 38 per cent of Toronto Read more about What you need to know if you’re making the leap from land owner to landlord[…]
July 5, 2019 – The industrial real estate market in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is the hottest in North America by a long shot, according to a new report. In fact, demand is so high that the industrial vacancy rate in the GTA has been driven down to its lowest point ever, outpacing major Read more about GTA industrial space demand hottest in North America[…]
June 19, 2019 – Harmonized sales tax (“HST”) of 13% is imposed upon every taxable supply (i.e., sale) of property or services in Ontario, including commercial real estate. For commercial real estate, an exception applies where a party making a taxable supply of commercial real property is not required to collect HST so long as the Read more about HST and Commercial Real Property Transactions[…]
May 29, 2019 – A new report indicates that the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) has the lowest office vacancy rate in North America due in large part to a surge in interest from technology companies looking for space. The report notes that momentum in the GTA’s technology sector was “significant” over the course of last Read more about GTA leads North American list of lowest office vacancy rates[…]
May 9, 2019 – Vancouver and Toronto facing unprecedented demand for office space, but high vacancy rates continue in Calgary. Washington D.C.-based property research and technology firm CoStar Group has been expanding their Canadian footprint lately, with branches in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Ottawa and Toronto. Roelof van Dijk, CoStar’s head of market analytics and one Read more about Costar Group: Canadian Commercial Real Estate Market Update[…]
Demand Expected to Keep Availability Near Record Lows Across Much of Canada’s Commercial Real Estate Market
April 25, 2019 – Positive momentum and strong interest in the multi-suite residential, industrial and office asset classes continued into the first quarter of 2019, according to the latest Research Report issued by Morguard Corporation. “The performance of multi-suite residential, industrial and office sectors have kept them as favourites of investors,” said Keith Reading, Director of Research at Read more about Demand Expected to Keep Availability Near Record Lows Across Much of Canada’s Commercial Real Estate Market[…]
Property Assessment and Taxation April 16, 2019 – Generally, all real property, structures and fixtures are liable to assessment, with specified exemptions from municipal taxation such as for government and some agency properties, hospitals, public schools, certain charities, and machinery and equipment used for manufacturing purposes. Retroactive assessments can be made for the two years Read more about Legal And Regulatory Issues Facing Building Owners And Property Managers[…]
March 28, 2019 – With no sign of residential lending restrictions loosening any time soon, demand for commercial real estate has become white-hot. “On the commercial front, we’re seeing a lot more activity on buildings of more than 5 units,” said David Goncalves, a mortgage broker and partner of Mortgage Alliance Vine Group. “We’re seeing this upswing Read more about Mortgage Regulations Benefit Commercial Sector[…]
January 15, 2019 – Canada’s commercial-property boom is expected to stretch into this year, helped by a tight supply and the lowest unemployment rate in at least four decades, according to brokerage Avison Young Canada Inc. “We continue to feel very positive about opportunities in the real estate environment for the year ahead,” Chief Executive Read more about Canada’s commercial property market is set for another blockbuster year[…]