Real Estate News Headlines // November 28th 2015

Jethro Seymour, one of the Top Toronto Real Estate Brokers, provides you with Canadian real estate news headlines

As aging baby boomers fuel growing demand for health-care services, investors are increasingly turning their attention to medical office buildings — a niche within the real estate market that some argue is recession proof.
“Doctors are paid by the government in Canada, so they’re pretty secure tenants,” says Huy Lam, a broker at Colliers International who specializes in the health-care real estate space.

Businesses and entrepreneurs across the country are stepping in to help settle the thousands of Syrian refugees coming to Canada over the next few weeks.
Real estate companies are contributing apartments, airlines are offering seats and individual business leaders are chipping in cash.

Canadians used to buy Arizona homes in record numbers, but not any more. Home sales to Canadians are down 50 percent this year.
Cindy Kraemer is a Canadian who bought a winter home in the West Valley, but she bought when the Canadian dollar was stronger. She’s not expecting any of her friends and neighbors back up in Alberta to do the same, any time soon.

Jethro Seymour, Davisville Real Estate Broker at Royal LePage RES Ltd., Johnston & Daniel Division

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