26 Oct 2012

Real estate investment volumes closing in on pre-credit crisis levels

The Fall 2012 Canada, U.S. Commercial Real Estate Investment Review released by Avison Young showed that record low interest rates have Canada real estate volumes on the verge of exceeding pre-credit crisis investment levels.

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“Everyone wants to own a piece of commercial real estate in the largest and  one of the healthiest markets in the country,” said Robin White, Avison Young, principal and executive vice president, Capital Markets Group, in Toronto. “Investors have been served an entrée of product, ranging from trophy office buildings to redevelopment plays and while some investors are buying property for the income stream that it provides, others are looking to take advantage of the growth potential.”

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