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Professional valuation services:

  • Most sales and virtually all financings require third party appraisal services

  • Assessment appeals

  • Provincial assessment authorities

Asset Management: 

Purchase, sale and repositioning decisions regarding commercial real estate assets for a portfolio investor such as a pension fund

  • Pension funds invest globally and increasingly in commercial real estate assets

Commercial Brokerage:

The sale of or a lease of commercial real estate is usually facilitated by an intermediary who charges a fee (office, industrial, retail, multi-family)

  • Investment sales

  • Leasing

    • Tenant representative (working with tenants, often retailers, to find suitable space for expansion)

    • Landlord representative working with owners of existing buildings or new developments to find tenant



Including but not limited to accounting firms, market research firms and real estate consulting firms: 

  • Utilizing market analysis, financial analysis, third party services for a developers, investors, government sector – opportunity to use big data to better understand local real estate markets (e.g., who shops where)​​


Corporate Real Estate:

Managing the real estate held by a corporation to support its core business:

  • Research suggests that up to 40% of a corporations balance sheet may be in real estate assets


Improving land for higher and better use through feasibility analysis and project management

  • Land development involves converting undeveloped land to subdivided land for commercial, residential and public uses and the construction of related infrastructure

  • Vertical development involves the construction of residential, commercial or mixed use structures

Property Management:

Managing a rental property for its owner(s):

  • Conducted in house for investors or on a fee basis for third party managers 


Private Investment:

With experience and savings to build your own portfolio

Public Sector Real Estate:

National, regional or local government planning departments, economic development entities, development of public policy, CMHC, etc. 

  • Research, analysis and implementation of urban and rural public policy at the local, regional, provincial and national levels



Engaged in representing buyers or sellers in the residential market, sometimes investment sales and leasing

Real Estate Finance:

Banks, credit unions, insurance companies, private lenders, brokers, Bay Street  (MBS and CMBS)

  • Permanent lending, construction lending, equity (funds)

  • Mortgage Brokerage (intermediaries)

Real Estate Marketing:

Managing the sales side of the property business (e.g., condominium sales)

Real Estate and Technology:

Working at the nexus among telecom, big data, smart cities and real estate

Relocation Services:

Relocating people or businesses to a different region or country

Retail Real Estate:

Identifying, leasing and building out new locations for retailers​​​​​​

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