It's Who You Know
It's Who You Know


Walking into the office of a client or colleague, you can immediately start to gauge what type of person he or she is. Is he a hoarder, is he organized, can he find documents as they are needed, or does he waste unnecessary time searching for key paperwork. Some offices are messy but “organized”. Clutter typically leads to wasted time which could [Read More]

It’s a common perception that finding a commercial space, be it to buy or to lease, can be done on one’s own. What many people fail to realize, however, is that most of the sellers or landlords who you may be dealing with are using brokers themselves. If you’re looking to buy or lease, wouldn’t [Read More]

Thinking about finding a location for your business?  There are a number of benefits to locating your business near a Subway or near an LRT line. Ask any business owner what they want out of their office space and you’ll usually hear that they are looking for, “a space that helps generate more business.” What [Read More]

With the apparent end of the recession upon us, and the continuing increase in Internet usage, consumers are becoming more educated and more cautious as to how and where they spend their money. Shouldn’t you and your retail business do the same thing? Here, I outline some of the most important elements of a retail [Read More]

You are a small business owner who has finally accumulated enough capital to invest in an office space for you and your employees. Congratulations, I am here to help you find the perfect space! But, before we begin the process of finding the office that will fit your needs, it is important to answer the [Read More]

When thinking about leasing a commercial space for your business, it is important to know the ins and outs of the entire process. To help guide you through some key decisions, I have put together some questions that you should ask: Should I use a broker, or should I be looking for commercial properties on [Read More]

The numbers are out and leasing takes the lead! Reports show that leasing numbers for industrial, commercial/retail and office space in the Greater Toronto Area were very positive for July.  This is a great result for the first month of this year’s third quarter in the Commercial Real Estate industry. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) Commercial Division [Read More]

Condominiums aren’t the only thing for sale in Toronto real estate. Honest Ed’s, the discount superstore that has been a Toronto institution for over 50 years is up for sale; and what a sale at that. David Mirvish’s intention to sell the 1.8 hectre of land that Honest Ed’s stands on has caused city council [Read More]

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