Commercial real estate

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When renting residential property, tenant turnover, or the completion of a newly constructed unit gives landlords the opportunity to set a new rental rate that will determine an investor’s return for…
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In an ugly landlord-tenant dispute, Ottawa restaurateur Jon Svazas was locked out, threatened with eviction and stuck with a six-figure repair bill. Here’s how he persevered and, with some creative…
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Receiving the best offer when selling commercial property typically requires a listing to be highly visible and marketed to the right group of potential purchasers.
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Investing in residential or commercial properties can be an excellent alternative to an often-volatile stock market, but there can be costly pitfalls if the investment is structured poorly.
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Ottawa is home to many commercial real estate professionals. Within the sector, commercial Realtors have a competitive advantage because of their membership in the Ottawa Real Estate Board.
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Preparing to open your first store is an exciting and huge accomplishment. But as you embark on finding the right space for your business, there can be unknown pitfalls along the way. 
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More people living on less land means less sprawl. However, when poorly designed or located in inappropriate areas, infill development is often accused – with some justification – of degrading the…
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Merkburn Holdings cofounder William Burnside has a humble explanation for the firm’s longevity in Ottawa’s property market: “Happenstance.”
Some of the west end’s largest tenants are signing new leases to accommodate growth – setting in motion a string of moves as other firms quickly snap up the recently vacated space
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For commercial REALTOR®️ Geoff Godding, the reason for joining the Ottawa Real Estate Board (OREB) was simple – it boosted his business.