Q2 2022 – Cap Rate & Investment Insights Report
The growing weight of financial market turmoil, soaring inflation, and interest rate hikes finally drove the commercial real estate investment market to a tipping point in Q2 2022. Cap rates rose across nearly all sectors and geographies in the second quarter, driving up the national average cap rate figure to its highest level since before the pandemic
Cap Rate Report Q1 – 2021
By the end of Q1 2021, Canada was once again playing whack-a-mole with COVID-19 variants with case levels rising to new highs in many parts of the country.
Cap Rate Report Q4 – 2020
While economic growth forecasts for Q1 2021 have been revised downward due to second wave mitigation measures in much of the country, investors are clearly looking past the next two to three quarters and making decisions based on the longer-term economic landscape.
Cap Rate Report Q3 – 2020
With new coronavirus cases trending in the wrong direction in many parts of the world and trust in new vaccines still mixed, it is becoming increasingly clear that we will be in a world of masks and physical distancing until well into 2021.
Cap Rate Report Q2 – 2020
While no one would suggest we are out of the woods yet, cautious optimism returned to the Canadian real estate market in Q2 2020. The initial steps toward re-opening the economy have been measured and disciplined with few major stumbles.
Canada Market Outlook – 2021
2020 will be remembered in commercial real estate for many things, but perhaps none more so than an acceleration of certain trends that benefited some sectors but punished others.
Canada Market Outlook – 2020
Last year was nearly unprecedented for the Canadian commercial real estate industry.