We provide consulting services to apartment developers and the owners of existing properties. Examples of services include new apartment feasibility studies, rental market analysis, and NOI enhancement.
Apartment Consulting and Research ➜
Rent Control: Straight Talk
Derek Lobo unpacks the Ontario Fair Housing Plan; explains the real impact it has on tenants, developers, and lenders in this 14-part video series.
SVN Rock Advisors Specialise In
From new apartment construction to preparation for sale, we have the capability to advise you on your multifamily needs, including apartments to large portfolios.
With specific knowledge that impacts the sale and leasing of charter school properties, we understand how to add value across all aspects of student housing property spectrum
Self-storage is a desired investment commodity; we stand ready to advise you on this type of venture.
Our team of land and development specialists are experts in servicing all clients’ needs. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell ready-to-build pads or to work on large parcels, our team has the right expertise.
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The 9.6% Report
Compensated cooperation guarantees that equitable co-brokerage fees are paid on all properties, and not only to brokers within the same company, but to any and all outside brokers involved. When fees and buyer pools are shared, properties generate a higher demand and price, resulting in the most value for everyone involved.
50% Commission. 100% of the Time.
We believe in sharing fees to give incentive to a wider network of buyers. With an expansive network comes higher visibility and increased demand, resulting in a higher value for clients.
Rock Apartment Report
preparing an apartment, New Apartment Construction, and Student Housing.
Other Consulting Services
Rental Housing Supply Alliance of Canada
The Rental Housing Supply Alliance of Canada (RHSAC) is a group of builders, developers and innovators who care strongly about getting new purpose built rental housing constructed across Canada.
Far too often government policies, regulations and taxes serve as a disincentive to invest in and build rental housing. The RHSAC will work with governments and stakeholders to get these problems fixed and ensure rental housing construction is strong and viable in Canada.
Our advocacy is at all three orders of government – federal, provincial and municipal – with one goal in mind. Getting new rental housing built in markets all across Canada.