|Contribution or the Multi-Family Rental Real Estate Sector to the Canadian Economy
This report presents an additional analysis that is specific to the multi-family rental real estate sector’s economic contribution in 2013, which helps to fill the remaining knowledge gap. The report takes a comprehensive approach to assessing the economic contribution in 2013 associated with key activities in the life cycle of a multi-family rental building, including:
• The construction of new multi-family rental buildings (or major additions) including the planning and site development, hard costs (actual construction activity, such as materials and equipment) and soft costs (architecture and design, finance, consulting activities);
• Improvements to multi-family rental buildings, which is the construction spending on an ongoing basis for capital improvements to buildings and major repairs; and
• The ongoing operations of multi-family rental buildings, including building management (maintenance, leasing) and brokerage.
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