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All Points Relocation Service Canada Sees Huge Spike in Toronto Rental Prices

All Points Relocation Service Canada Sees Huge Spike in Toronto Rental Prices Toronto rental rates are at all-time highs. The average monthly rent for a condo in the city is now $2,385, according to Urbanation Inc. This is a 7.6% jump in rental rates in one year. Such eye-popping figures create challenges for those relocated…

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relocation data security

Data Security Session at CERC – good start, but not enough time. We need to do more work.

Data Security Session at CERC – good start, but not enough time. We need to do more work in relocation. I was fortunate enough to be part of a panel at the recent Canadian Employee Relocation Council’s annual conference: Protecting Assignee Data Through the Supply Chain.  I had the pleasure of speaking with Mirela Marin…

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duty of care

Duty of care meets the age of austerity. It doesn’t mix with lump sums.

What does it mean when the concept of duty of care meets the age of austerity? All Points Relocation Services Canada has seen the growth of the duty of care concept, but feels that it may clash with moves towards austerity and particularly with the advent of the lump sum. The concept of duty of…

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TREB hides behind privacy

Toronto Real Estate Board hides behind privacy while Court does the right thing.

The Toronto Real Estate board hides behind “privacy” while The Federal Court of Appeals has ruled that  it cannot prevent members from publishing how much properties sold for. All Points Relocation Canada has written about big effects on the real estate market before.  However, this is a big step in the right direction for consumer…

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Rental Vacancy Rates at critically low levels in Greater Vancouver and Toronto Areas

Just recently Vancouver’s rental vacancy rate was measured at being the lowest in the world at 0.6%. CMHC has not released its figures, so Toronto’s rate is not currently known (last year’s published rate was 1.6%), but it is expected to be low, although not as low as that of Vancouver. Single Family Detached Homes…

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