Commercial real estate in the hybrid working era

Matthew Downey • September 13, 2022 Over the past two years, all indications are that hybrid workplace model adoption is not only growing but will stay a dominant choice for the foreseeable future. This is a result of a number of factors, including the significant investments businesses have made in remote work infrastructure capabilities, and the growing employee demand for choices ... Read more

The future of work and commercial real estate post-pandemic

Matthew Downey • August 31, 2020 The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in mid-March and the accompanying physical distancing measures sent droves of Canadian office workers home. Those that were lucky were able to continue working remotely. Since then, the economy has been gradually reopening and the streets of the GTA’s business districts are noticeably busier than they were a few ... Read more

Empty spaces

Andy Yap • October 02, 2019 In boom and bust real estate markets alike, landlords are constantly challenged by changing trends. Vacancies in retail space are commonplace, even in the most sought-after neighbourhoods. If you take a walk around your area, it is likely you will notice properties that have been vacant for months. It begs the question, why do spaces ... Read more

Disruption in real estate: How technology is changing the game

Fuller Landau team • November 04, 2018 Let’s face it – the real estate industry isn’t exactly known for cutting-edge innovation and game-changing advances. In fact, the process of buying and selling real property has remained pretty much unchanged for the past 100 years and more. But one company, in particular, is using technology to disrupt the status quo. Nobul Corporation i ... Read more

The real estate market in Ontario – What’s really going on?

Gary Abrahamson • July 06, 2017 The media is filled with articles and commentary concerning the “red-hot” residential real estate market and the current environment of sky-rocketing housing prices, bidding wars, supply shortages, and rent increases. Both nationally and internationally, there are continued warnings of a “bubble” in the Canadian housing market, the level of ... Read more


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