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Colliers Canada Spring Retail Report

Colliers Canada Spring 2013 Retail Report

Highlights :

  • Is Canada facing a retail bubble?  An average of 11.5 million SF of retail space has been added since 2007 even as retailers are scaling back and switching to online retail
  • No other country comes close to North American per capita supply levels will the Canadian retail industry face challenges if demand subsides while growth continues? Read more

Waterloo Region Semi-Annual Reports Released

Fall – Winter | 2012

(Press Release: October 23, 2012)

With the recent success of brick and beam developments such as the Breithaupt Block and The Tannery, Colliers International Read more »

Waterloo Region and Guelph Market Dashboards

Q3 2012 Dashboard Reports Now Available

Our Q3 2012 Market Dashboards are now available. Read more »


Q1 2012 Semi-Annual Waterloo Region Market Reports

Our semi-annual office and industrial market reports are
now available for download.

Highlights from the report include: Read more »

LRT For Dummies

LRT for Dummies

In search of some background information and statistics on the new LRT in Waterloo Region, I stumbled upon this great infographic from SnapBlog (hosted by Snapsort in Waterloo).  Although the LRT debate was a hot topic before it was approved by council in June of last year, I’ve been a little bit surprised at the lack of marketing I’ve seen (or not seen) coming from the Region in recent months.  Read more »

Developers Think Twice About Brining New Office Space to the Market

Developers Thinking Twice About Bringing New Office Space to The Market

Our Semi-Annual Waterloo Region Office & Industrial Market Reports released today revealed some interesting trends affecting tenants, developers and owners in the area. Highlights from the report include:

  • A region-wide rise in office vacancy – Waterloo’s vacancy rises over 5% from Q2 2011
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As Simple as Possible, but Not Simpler

It’s complicated, but no more than it needs to be.

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler
-Albert Einstein

Understanding Real Estate Definitions
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