COVID-19 Conversations: Record Sales and Rental Demand Dips – How to Make Sense of the Market Dislocation

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With more than 60 active projects in various stages of development across the GTA and South Florida region, navigating the current global pandemic since the beginning of 2020 has been a lesson in adaptability and focus.  As the economy began to open up since our last COVID-19 Conversation in late June, we have witnessed a flurry of activity in the real estate development and housing market. From the pent-up demand fueling the GTA low-rise market to the strong leasing activity of our U.S. multi-family asset, our development teams have seen notable progress across our projects in spite of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

In this latest webisode of COVID-19 Conversations, we sit down once again with Greybrook Securities Inc., CEO, Sasha Cucuz, to get an update on what Greybrook has seen and experienced first-hand across our active portfolio of developments over the past few months.  Sasha also shares Greybrook’s views on why as long-term real estate investors we remain committed to our investment thesis and bullish on our key markets in spite of the current dislocation in the market.

For past COVID-19 Conversations webisodes – 100 Days Since Lockdown Began – Where are We Now?, How is the Development Industry Adapting & What Investment Opportunities Exist , The Impact on Real Estate Development

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