Examining the economy and markets heading into 2024, we see a landscape dotted with opportunities. We believe our strategy of measured growth, sustainability, and defensibility has put us in a strong position for the next leg of our journey.
As we reflect on the year, we’re looking back on the blogs and white papers that resonated most with our readers in 2023.
The topics run the gamut from our partnership-oriented agricultural investment strategy to academic research on key stakeholder segments for our business, to our efforts in leading the charge on sustainable workforce housing.
At the heart of it all is our commitment to providing value for our residents, investors, and the communities where we’ve put down roots.
We unpack how the Avenue Living Agricultural Land Trust and its successor strategy, Tract Farmland Partners LP, are set to benefit from long-term tailwinds while prioritizing an active approach and partnership with the community.
In this peer-reviewed study, our leaders in the Capital Markets team, Gabriel Millard and Cameron Hills, collaborated with the University of Regina’s Dr. Grant Wilson to examine how a commitment to understanding and serving residents translates into tangible benefits — including loyalty, trust, pride in accommodations, and timely rent payments — for residential property managers.
Following on from our 2022 partnership with the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB), this blog outlines the energy-conservation measures (ECMs) we’re planning across our Canadian portfolio of multi-family rental properties. It also uncovers our framework for ensuring the viability and impact of deep energy retrofit projects.
In another collaborative study published in the Journal of Financial Services Marketing (JFSM), our Chief Investment Officer, Jason Jogia, worked with Dr. Grant Wilson to investigate the under-researched subject of financial advisors’ REIT knowledge and engagement with REITs, including how their personal perceptions influence client recommendations. JFSM is a leading journal in finance and marketing, ranked B on the ABDC list, and recognized by all management and real estate journal quality lists.
As the country manages two major challenges — housing affordability and environmental impact — it’s becoming clear that retrofits to existing buildings are a key part of the solution. This blog looks at how strategic retrofits can help solve Canada’s increasingly critical housing supply challenge.
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