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Downturn in commercial real estate

Investment in Canadian commercial real estate declined sharply in the first half of 2008 and investment for the year as a whole is expected to be considerably lower than last year's record level, says a mid-2008 report on the investment market by CB Richard Ellis Limited. The report says that in the first six months of this year investment in the Canadian commercial real estate market totaled $10 billion, 24 per cent lower than the $13.1 billion invested in the first half of last year.

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August 28, 2008 in Toronto Real Estate Update | Permalink


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intreasted in comercai building that have agrunted income.

Posted by: amr almahdy | Sep 2, 2008 10:06:07 AM

i do agree with Kooki Guy. these people love to rip off our earnings in the means of thier comission, no matter if you are either selling your house or buying a new one. i've seen agents bargaining like china town shop owners regarding thier comissions. i don't see any Consumers Protection Act working on this situation.


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Posted by: Shawn | Aug 30, 2008 4:35:40 PM

I hope to see all you realtors dead, you are just bunch of crooks ripping people off and stealing their hard earned money, and there's not a single exception to this rule, I hate you with all my heart and i bet you are not man enough 2 let this message show on your blog, because that will hurt your business :), crooks

Posted by: Kooki Guy | Aug 28, 2008 11:21:55 AM

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