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At the virtual Western Canada Apartment Investment Conference on April 13, Michael Ferreira, the managing principal of Urban Analytics, said one of the biggest factors driving demand in Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton over the next few years will be the increase in immigration.
Zonda announces the acquisition of Urban Analytics:
We are extremely excited to announce the acquisition of Urban Analytics (UA) by Zonda, (formerly known as Hanley Wood | Meyers Research), North America’s leading residential housing data and advisory firm. This acquisition by Zonda will allow UA to grow and expand its new home data product and advisory service offerings in existing and new markets across Canada and the US.
Edmonton’s apartment starts are seeing triple-digit percentage growth, a recent report has found.
The "Rentals.ca 3rd Annual Rental Market Predictions From Experts Across Canada" features our team members Andie Daggett (VP, Sales & Client Experience) and Brock Lawson (Manager, Rental Data (BC) where they discuss the rental markets in Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver.
Metro Vancouver housing builders and the real estate industry are bracing for a big surge of immigrants to wash into the region once travel is allowed again, with some possible extra pushes coming from Hong Kong, India, the Philippines and even Indonesia.
Investors will return to the presale condo market, "but it's a much more longer-view investor. It's not the speculator that we were seeing in 2016 and 2017."
Calgary’s new multi-family homes market — rental, townhome and condominium — has muddled through major economic headwinds so far this year, but held its own thanks to a focus on affordability, a new report has found.