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Equiton announces partnership to develop over 1000 multi-residential rental units in Ottawa

BURLINGTON, ON, Jan. 19, 2022 – The Equiton Residential Income Fund (The Apartment Fund) is pleased to announce that it has acquired the Riverain District development project in Ottawa Ontario in partnership with Main and Main, a leading real estate investment and development firm with a strong track record in Ottawa.   The Fund purchased a …

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The Biggest Differences Between Buying An Investment Property And Buying A Home

For investors looking to realize the most value from their existing wealth, the world of real estate is an enticing value proposition. It’s evident to anyone—homeowners especially—that the residential housing market is lucrative. Nowadays, real estate investment is a vital piece of any investment portfolio. Home prices have increased by 375% across Canada in the …

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Equiton Balanced Real Estate Fund acquires commercial property in London Ontario

BURLINGTON, ON, Dec. 13, 2021 – The Equiton Balanced Real Estate Fund Trust (the Balanced Fund), recently completed the acquisition of a commercial property located at 1960-1980 Hyde Park Rd. in London, ON for $11.17M. This acquisition will drive significant management and operational synergies since Equiton already has a presence in the city with two …

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The Greatest Transfer of Wealth in a Century

November is Financial Literacy Month, and as the financial marketplace grows progressively more daunting, it is imperative that Canadians have the knowledge, tools, and confidence to make informed decisions regarding their finances. Understanding one’s finances is as essential today as arithmetic and basic literacy. ​  For Financial Literacy Month, we would like to discuss factors to consider when transferring your wealth and when you should start shifting your wealth to the next …

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Equiton Apartment Fund doubles AUM in 12 months, acquires townhouse property in Toronto

Etobicoke Property

BURLINGTON, ON, Nov. 2, 2021 – The Equiton Residential Income Fund (The Apartment Fund) is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Scotch Elms, a multi-residential townhome community located at 12 & 14 Auburndale Court in North Etobicoke. The purchase price for the property was $21 million.    In what has proven to be a year of very aggressive growth for the fund, this latest acquisition brings total assets under management to …

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Canadians Are Living Longer: Do You Have Enough to Retire?

According to the latest Life Expectancy Report shared by the Conference Board of Canada, Canadians born now are expected to live to age 81. Contrast that with someone born in 1961, who was expected to live only to the age of 71. Canadians are living longer, but will your retirement finances last as long as you need them to?   In this article, we will look at …

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Equiton strengthens its position in the London market with the acquisition of a second multi-family residential building

BURLINGTON, ON, Oct. 5, 2021 – The Equiton Residential Income Fund (The Apartment Fund) is pleased to announce the acquisition of a multi-family residential apartment building that stands 18 storeys and has 129 units in London, Ontario.  The Kingswell Towers, which was purchased for $34 million, complements the company’s existing portfolio and will drive further synergies in the London, Ontario market.  In 2021, Equiton’s portfolio of multi-residential rental units in Ontario has grown exponentially resulting …

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Why You Should Invest in an 18-Hour City

Real estate professionals are increasingly interested in 18-hour cities, especially given the data from South of the Border. A recent U.S study of 18-hour cities discovered that economic and social growth led to a significant increase in property value. Eighteen-hour markets emerged as superior performers in the residential sector, with returns exceeding those in 24-hour …

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BENEFITS OF USING YOUR TFSA TO INVEST IN REAL ESTATE

In the first quarter of 2021, the cost of a single-family home in Canada rose 14.1 percent year-over-year, as reported by Royal LePage. This follows a year of unprecedented demand for homes and month after month of record-setting sales and price appreciation. It could take as long as 24 years for a household earning average income to save up a …

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