ReDev Properties’ Richard Crenian Helps Raise Money in Support of Baycrest

The Scotiabank Pro-Am Hockey Tournament always sees a big turnout, especially when ReDev Properties’ president Richard Crenian takes to the ice. This event is hosted every year to help raise fund for Alzheimer’s in support of Baycrest. The Participants Teams were drafted and included 27 NHL Alumni players this year, including Lanny McDonald, Paul Coffey … Continue reading ReDev Properties’ Richard Crenian Helps Raise Money in Support of Baycrest

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Richard Crenian joins 12th Annual Scotiabank Pro Am Alzheimer’s Tournament in support of Baycrest

  TORONTO, May 10, 2017 /CNW/ – This past weekend, Richard Crenian, president of ReDev Properties Ltd. participated in the 12th Annual Scotiabank Pro-Am Hockey tournament for Alzheimer’s in support of Baycrest. The tournament is held in May each year and Crenian has regularly attended for the past decade. Participating teams drafted and were joined … Continue reading Richard Crenian joins 12th Annual Scotiabank Pro Am Alzheimer’s Tournament in support of Baycrest

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Edmonton’s Mixed Bag Market Includes Growth in Retail

Commercial real estate sales volume in Edmonton grew 12% in 2016. The office sector had higher vacancies and the multi-family market shifted, but confidence in the retail sector is on the rise. As the City recovers from declining oil prices, a mixed bag of up and down performance is expected for 2017. Retail has Best … Continue reading Edmonton’s Mixed Bag Market Includes Growth in Retail

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American Vs. Canadian Real Estate Trends In 2017

  How do Canadian and American real estate trends compare in 2017? What similar trends do these two North American countries share this year and what factors may be diverging as each nation deals with its own unique economic factors? Rental Property Trends Both the US and Canada are wrestling with high rental rates. Affordability … Continue reading American Vs. Canadian Real Estate Trends In 2017

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4 Upcoming Trends Set to Put Canada’s Housing Market To The Test

A new barrage of plans to cool Canada’s housing market will put the market and country to the test. The media headlines have been dominated by word of new measures to cool the Ontario housing market. If successful, those policies may be the framework for further expansion of regulations to manage markets. The depth and … Continue reading 4 Upcoming Trends Set to Put Canada’s Housing Market To The Test

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What Percentage of My Investment Portfolio Should Be in Real Estate?

  How much real estate should individual investors and family offices have in their investment portfolios? Although uncertainty in the global markets may be the new norm, investors with a well-balanced portfolio are strategically more prepared to preserve their wealth, while enjoying consistent returns and dividends. The only question that remains is how much the … Continue reading What Percentage of My Investment Portfolio Should Be in Real Estate?

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Housing Market Correction Unlikely to Faze Smart Money Investors

The world may be ready for another residential real estate correction. While that may negatively impact some over-leveraged speculators, the true “smart money” investors have already been moving on to other types of real estate investment. Per Zillow’s home value index, property prices will follow a downward trend in 2017 and into 2018. Many Canadian … Continue reading Housing Market Correction Unlikely to Faze Smart Money Investors

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Almost $2 Trillion Ready to Be Invested In Real Estate This Year

A flood of fresh capital is waiting to be deployed into real estate this year, leaving savvy investors wondering as to where it will go? A new 2017 Global Investor Intentions Survey and report from the World Property Journal reveals ‘the 3 Cs’ of real estate this year as Confidence, Capital, and Commercial property. International … Continue reading Almost $2 Trillion Ready to Be Invested In Real Estate This Year

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New Housing Affordability Initiatives Could Benefit Local Shopping Plazas

New government efforts to curb a housing crash and to increase housing affordability could benefit local retailers and their landlords. New Mortgage Rules New lending regulations not only dictate minimum down payment requirements on home mortgages, but qualifying rates as well. Even though some Canadian mortgage lenders may be advertising interest rates in the 2% … Continue reading New Housing Affordability Initiatives Could Benefit Local Shopping Plazas

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How To Avoid Losing Your Nest Egg in the Stock Market

Despite the overall stock market pushing new record highs, some investors are losing billions of dollars. Where did they go wrong? How can we invest smarter? Bill Ackman just lost investors $4 billion, but he’s not alone. Along with him, there are numero us high profile investors and funds may that may end up not … Continue reading How To Avoid Losing Your Nest Egg in the Stock Market

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Life doesn't get easier or more forgiving, we get stronger and more resilient.
- Steve Maraboli
The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
- Nelson Mandela
Life doesn’t get easier or more forgiving, we get stronger and more resilient.
- Steve Maraboli
The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
- Nelson Mandela