Re: Grim numbers, just grim
Are the statistics calculated differently in Canada, or do we have
much lower numbers?
In Ottawa, where I am, the papers moan about this from time to time
and places are definitely hard to find. As I recall, Ottawa has been under 5% for decades.
A qucik web search didn't find a recent number for Edmonton, but throughout the 1990's, the Edmonton commercial vacancy rate was between 12% and 17%.
I expect it is a bit lower right now, because our economy boomed quite nicely in 2000/ 2001.
By the way, I was able to find a current apartment vacancy rate, which is 0.9%.
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