Norma Walton details three reasons that construction costs are skyrocketing and her predictions for the future.
Norma Walton discusses how COVID 19 makes Landlords and Tenants look differently at shared office space. Using a recent example, she describes the analysis that many building owners are undergoing to determine if a new tenant is desirable.
Norma Walton identifies three trends in the commercial real estate marketplace, discusses the implications of those trends, and provides her predictions for the sector.
Norma Walton discusses a few trends she has noticed that she expects will impact the residential condominium market. She provides her predictions for the future value of condominiums.
Norma Walton provides her predictions for residential real estate over the next two years in the Toronto area.
Norma Walton discusses the changing retail landscape in Canada and provides four predictions for how retail real estate will change over the next two years.
Norma Walton talks about the eight reasons that receivership sales are always at a discount. She draws from her own experiences and observations of receivers and how they operate and the effect the receivership process has on property values.
On this episode of Norma Walton Talks, Norma Walton discusses her views/opinions on why Toronto needs a new home lender. The majority of the population doesn't fit into the even shrinking box of expectations/requirements to qualify for a traditional bank mortgage. "Square peg, round hole." What do you think? Let her know in the comments section - as always please #TalkBack.
This episode of Norma Walton Talks is all about the love/hate relationship Torontonians have with the real estate market. Norma give her opinions and reasons for why she loves it and why she hates it as well as some of her predictions for the direct of the market. Please check it out and as always Talk Back! Thank you