The combination of an eviction moratorium and a fall in demand for rental properties (at least in some areas) means that property owners need to get…
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The western world seems to be hit by a housing affordability crisis. Whether it’s in Europe, Australia, or the USA, everywhere there seems to be a…
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In 1943 Jean-Paul Sartre wrote: “l'enfer c'est les autres”, seemingly inspired by this classic play (or labor costs), humanity since worked tirelessly…
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A swimming pool is without a doubt the most popular leisure addition available to add to a real-estate property. The warm, crystal clear water of your…
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One of the biggest challenges preventing a sustainable switch to renewable energy is the lack of sufficient buffer capacity to enable matching energy…
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Proptechaweek is taking the summer off, we’ll be back in September, but not without giving you a recap of some of the best Proptech ideas we wrote about…
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As discussed earlier in this weekly newsletter, having an efficient heating and cooling system is one of the easiest ways to make an impact on the…
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Most of the technical installations and complimentary services provided in a building are closely regulated by local ordinances and luckily a little…
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In 2021, one would think that there were more efficient ways to communicate with neighbours than placing a permit sign and wait. That traditional way of…
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Somehow the COVID-19 pandemic led to the housing market heating up, instead of cooling down, solidifying the popular belief that the price of real…
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Most real estate development projects have at least an implicit goal to improve the neighborhood they are located in, if not, there wouldn’t be much…
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The line between what’s considered a technology business and what's considered a traditional business is blurring all the time. As a result, technology…
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