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Town of Georgina Development Applications Semi-Annual Update - 2020

Tuesday Jan 5th, 2021

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Georgina Real estate development applications

The following is an aggregation of publicly available information for educational purposes for our development and investment clientele. Full information available at this link:   https://www.georgina.ca/sites/default/files/agendas-and-minutes/2020/presentations/ppt_item_12.2.6_2020_development_applications_semi-annual_update_staff_presentation.pdf Georgina Ward 1 Development Applications   Ballymore/Glenwoods in Keswick   Camlane Phase 10 in... [read more]

Daniel Foch's analysis featured in The Toronto Sun: Toronto rental supply jumps after Airbnb, short-term rental market plunges: experts

Monday Jul 13th, 2020

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Link to full article: https://torontosun.com/news/local-news/t-o-rental-supply-jumps-after-airbnb-market-plunges Embedded tweet: Update on the @BenRabidoux Toronto condo rental supply chart. 🤢 pic.twitter.com/xFVJFoI7nr — Daniel Foch (@WTFoch) July 7, 2020   I was glad to see one of my twitter charts featured in The Toronto Sun Not sure how much I agree with the narrative about the role of short-term rental demand and Airbnb regulations by the City of Toronto... [read more]

The 3 best real estate listings for a shut-down spring market

Monday Mar 16th, 2020

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3-Pointer  Below is a list of the 3 types of listings that will perform the best while the spring market is on pause, in the event of a shutdown comparable to Italy or Wuhan. I think that we’re currently at the onset of what seems to be an interesting shift in consumer psychology, where the attentiveness to “hot spring market” narrative is being usurped by “lockdown” +/- “DJIA limit down”… it appears the media fear mongering is... [read more]

Is Toronto's obsession with the CN tower stifling condo supply?

Monday Sep 16th, 2019

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The CN tower is Toronto's baby. It's our landmark and the face of our city. It may also have a role in Toronto's housing supply shortage by suppressing supertall development near it. I remember distinctly during my time at Cornell's CIRECC event in New York City, both of the two tallest buildings in NYC were being built. Each of the developers were at the CIRECC event as judges, and in dialogue with the 432 Park developer, I learned that their site 432 Park Avenue was going... [read more]

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