millennials

millennials

Canadian Apartment Magazine

U.S. report underscores influence of millennials

A new report from Avison Young takes a closer look at millennials and their influence on all aspects of the U.S. economy. Entitled, "Millennials and Re-Urbanization of the City – Closer to the Core" the report emphasises the generation's effect on commercial real estate, amenities and location.
Montreal

CondoBusiness

Gen Y in Quebec values home ownership: survey

The results of a survey on choices and buying and selling intentions in Quebec’s real estate market commissioned by the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ,
property managers

Canadian Property Management

Engaging next generation property managers

Complex buildings will require sophisticated property managers who understand how to operate them; however, job awareness and skill development are needed.
Millennials

CondoBusiness

Millennials prioritize home ownership: CIBC poll

In a recent poll conducted by CIBC, 86 per cent of millennials (ages 18 to 34) stated that they found home ownership important, which is
holiday retail sales

REMI Network

Expected growth for Canadian holiday retail sales

Holiday retail sales in Canada are projected to grow four per cent over last year, with Millennials driving spending and British Columbia leading the sales.
real estate

Canadian Property Management

Real estate value tied to human behaviour

While demographics are a way to predict some uncertainties that await an aging real estate industry, understanding human values is a more accurate compass.
First-time buyers are significant drivers of the current housing market, according to CAAMP's new spring report.

REMI Network

First-time buyers big drivers of housing market

First-time buyers are significant drivers of the current housing market, according to CAAMP's new spring report.
New home

CondoBusiness

Over a third of millennials prefer city life: survey

A recent survey from TD Canada Trust (TD) found that millennials are more likely to choose an urban lifestyle while older generations tend to gravitate to small towns or rural settings. Across the board, each age group believed that suburbs were the ideal neighbourhood in which to raise a family, although Gen Y individuals indicated an interest in staying in the city if family-sized condo options were available and attainable.