Archive | November, 2010

21 November 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Vancouver Olympic Village for rent

After Millennium Development couldn’t make payment on their loans, The City of Vancouver is looking at renting out some of the roughly 450 unsold condos at the former Olympic Village, according to an article in the CBC On Wednesday, the city negotiated an agreement with court-appointed receiver Ernst & Young to assume control of the […]

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20 November 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Edmonton Rental Market

As we close on 2010 I thought it would be good to look at the Edmonton rental market trends. Vacancy rates are projected to go down and rent to remain steady in 2011. These are some of the factors affecting the availability and prices of Edmonton rentals: Construction of condos, multi-family starts and rental apartments […]

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14 November 2010 ~ 4 Comments

Toronto Rental Prices

Is rent going up or down for apartments for rent in Toronto? With the economic downtown that happened and a glut of Toronto condominiums coming onto the market, where are the rents headed? Below is the average rent of a 2 bedroom condominium in Toronto with data released by the Toronto Real Estate Board in […]

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07 November 2010 ~ 6 Comments

How bad is the MLS

How bad is the MLS website? It’s pretty bad and that’s the way CREA wants it. They want people to rely on their real estate agent 100% to sell their home. Having a good website would mean buyers and sellers could serve themselves (a bad thing in the eyes of CREA). My favorite part of […]

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02 November 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Follow Rent Spot on facebook and twitter

Follow us on facebook and twitter, we’ve got lots of updates, recent news and trends for┬áRent Spot. We post updates on new city rollouts, events, market trends, news, website updates and new rentals on our website. You’ll be kept up to date on Edmonton apartment rentals or if you are trying to find apartments for […]

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