Weekly Address February 14th Edition

Love is in the air! Happy Valentine’s Day! Greetings for your midweek update. In this week’s newsletter, we delve into the latest developments in the real estate sector, share entertaining TikTok videos onsite, explore the number of places named Cochrane in Canada, and much more. Wishing you a fantastic day! 💖

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📰 Industry News

Nova Scotia tops list for most real estate investors from out of province

British Columbia, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick top the list in Canada for having the most out-of-province and non-resident investors in residential real estate on a percentage basis, according to new data from Statistics Canada. (Financial Post)

Plans For Sleek, New Office Space In Etobicoke Scrapped As Property Listed For Sale

The site of the intended build from Starlight Investments, 181 The West Mall, is now listed for sale, with little word on why the proposed development did not progress. (Storeys)

Nearly 900 homes in towers up to 32 storeys approved by Delta City Council

“At a time where we need housing more than ever, we owe it to future generations to say yes to new housing, especially new housing that is aligned with Delta’s Official Community Plan (OCP),” said Delta City Councillor Dylan Kruger. (Daily Hive)

BC Builds: Premier Eby announces $3 billion middle-income housing program

Through BC Housing, the provincial government will provide nearly $3 billion in financial support to leverage new middle-income housing projects on “underused” land owned by non-profit housing organizations, churches, First Nations, universities, and other levels of government, including $2 billion in low-cost repayable financing and $950 million in direct non-repayable funding. (Daily Hive)

Feds won’t fund new roads, existing network ‘perfectly adequate,’ Guilbeault says

“Our government has made the decision to stop investing in new road infrastructure,” said Guilbeault, who represents the Quebec riding of Laurier-Sainte-Marie. “Of course, we will continue to be there for cities, provinces and territories to maintain the existing network, but there will be no more envelopes from the federal government to enlarge the road network. (Toronto Sun)

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Available Investment Opportunities

The Harrison 

Calgary, AB 🇨🇦

This is your opportunity to participate in the ownership of 51 residential units and 12 commercial units in a single 5-storey mid-rise apartment building located in the City of Calgary.

$500,580.00 of $1,095,000.00 sold

Purchasing these securities will be conducted by Equivesto Canada Inc. (Equivesto), an Exempt Market Dealer (EMD) in Canada.

Apex on Perkins 

Stillwater, OK 🇺🇸

This is your opportunity to participate in the ownership of a 234 unit & 732 bed student housing community located adjacent to Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

$76,391.11 remaining of $500,000.00

Purchasing these securities will be conducted by Atlas One Digital Securities Inc. (Atlas One), an Exempt Market Dealer (EMD) in Canada.

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15% ROI

in less than 5 Months

Petro Fina

18% ROI

in less than 9 Months

The Lex

22.89% ROI

in less than 12 Months

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