Canadian Investors Increasingly Look South

Canadian Investors Increasingly Look South

Even though the U.S. office markets took a while to recover after the recession, the country is expected to enjoy lowered vacancy and higher rents in 2014, maintaining Canadian investors’ preference for U.S. properties this year. Canadian office markets have slowed down of late because of tepid demand caused by overbuilding.

A 2013 review report by commercial real estate services firm Avison Young shows that when comparing the U.S. office and industrial markets

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