For Immediate Release: March 5, 2020 BURLINGTON, ON, March 5, 2020 – On March 4, 2020, the Equiton Residential Income Fund completed the purchase of a 48-unit apartment building located […]
A Supply-Demand Imbalance Creates Strong Investment Opportunities The imbalanced market for places to live is creating opportunities to profit in the multi-residential apartment sector. Equiton is uniquely positioned to help […]
Solid employment growth, high costs of home ownership and a preference for millennials to rent are currently underpinning the strong demand for apartments, while record-growing immigration levels are expected to drive demand even higher.
For the first time since the mid 90’s, Canadians are beginning to wonder if house prices will ever go up again. Over the 12 months ending July 2018, the New Single-Family House Price Index has been basically flat; increasing by a meager 0.5% and actually experienced five months of zero growth and one month of decline.
Since 2005, the demand for housing in the Greater Toronto Area (“GTA”) has been rapidly outpacing supply. This is primarily a result of the limited amount of developable land due to what has been otherwise known as the ‘island’ effect.