survey

restrooms

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Consumers polled on public bathroom behaviour

A recent survey conducted by restroom fixture manufacturer Bradley Corporation reveals why public restrooms have a bad reputation. The 2016 Healthy Hand Washing Survey polled
Luxury housing market

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National luxury housing market on upturn

Royal LePage has recently released the findings to a national survey of residential luxury real estate professionals on current and long-term trends in the luxury
Millennials

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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
homeowner

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Finalists named for Homeowners’ Choice Awards

Tarion recently announced the finalists for the 2016 Homeowners’ Choice Awards, the only awards that give Ontario new home buyers the ability to recognize their
rent

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Pace of home price inflation to slow in 2016

The Toronto and Vancouver residential real estate markets led the country in strong gains during the fourth quarter of 2015, according to the recent Royal
working group

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IFMA launches survey for FM professionals

The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) recently began accepting responses for its Global Job Task Analysis (GJTA) survey. IFMA is encouraging facility management professionals from
First-time Homebuyers

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New homebuyers research through social media

According to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)’s 2015 First-Time Homebuyers Survey, new homebuyers are twice as likely to use social media to research information
Consumer confidence

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Consumer confidence based on experience

According to a new survey conducted for the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO), age and experience account for the biggest differences in consumer confidence
Work from home

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Remote working options gaining traction: survey

A new survey from Accountemps, a specialized staffing service for accounting, finance and bookkeeping professionals, has found that companies offering remote working opportunities are on the rise. According to the report, which includes results from interviews with 270 chief financial officers (CFOs) based in companies across Canada, 11 per cent of CFOs said that offering employees the option to work remotely or from home had increased in the last three years.