Definitely anything on rapid transit. This includes future expansions including Broadway & Surrey / Langley.
Robert Veerman, Sales Associate, CBRE, https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-veerman-26a88345/
Actively responsible in the underwriting, pitching and sale of more than $1 billion in income properties and residential and commercial development land. In addition to creating and preparing pitch materials, Robert is fully integrated in the development in the team's analytical and business development strategies driving value for clients.
Posts made by robert.veerman
RE: What is it like to live in Vancouver? Where are the up-and-coming areas to invest in real estate?
RE: Are properties in Toronto and/or Greater Toronto Area too expensive now?
Residential is definitely at an all-time high. Commercial properties still offer good yield in comparison.
RE: Why are the houses in Vancouver (Canada) expensive?
Vancouver has a very unique geography that constrains the availability of develop able land (mountains to the north, water to the west, USA border to the south, farmland to the east). Most North American cities can expand in every cardinal direction to create more houses.
RE: For foreigners buying an apartment in Toronto, what’s the capital gain tax and additional tax I would need to pay?
- 0.5% up to and including the first $55,000
- 1% of the value which exceeds $55,000 up to and including $250,000
- 1.5% of the value between $250,000 and $400,000
- 2% of the value between $400,000 and $2,000,000
- 2.5% of the value over $2,000,000