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Canada Cap Rate Report Q3 2021

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As summer progressed and health restrictions eased across most of Canada, optimism for getting back to normal and a post labour day return to the office increased. However, as Q3 2021 drew to a close and COVID case counts increased, many provinces delayed easing of their final health restrictions and companies pushed back their return to office plans, with some delaying these plans to Q1 2022.  Despite this, by the end of September case counts had stabilized, which was promising news given that most students had been back at school in person for four weeks at that point. Unfortunately supply chain issues, labour shortages, weak retail sales and high inflation rates have all clouded the economic outlook.

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Canada Cap Rate Report Q3 2021

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Tim Loch

Senior Director, Valuation & Advisory Services, Greater Toronto Area

Toronto Downtown

Tim is a real estate professional with over nine years of experience in the valuation and underwriting of various types of commercial assets. His specific strength is in the valuation of investment quality office, industrial, retail, multi-family, and mixed-use assets. Throughout his career he has been involved in the valuation of over $8 billion in real estate assets across the country while working as both a fee and non-fee appraiser.

Tim graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree, specializing in Housing and Real Estate Management, from the University of Guelph, as well as a Post Graduate Certificate in Real Property Valuation (PGCV) from the University of British Columbia. He is an AACI designated member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada.

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