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June 28, 2017

CEO Tim Hudak on government plans to develop the Toronto Port Lands

“We commend all three levels of government for coming together and addressing one of the biggest obstacles facing today’s home buyers – a lack of housing supply. It’s encouraging to see home affordability and housing supply being taken seriously, and actual projects that will put more homes on the market underway.  This is a great example of government tying infrastructure spending to building more homes; but we would also like to see building approval processes sped up and more of the ‘missing middle’ type homes being built like townhouses, stacked flats or mid-rise buildings.”

- Tim Hudak, CEO for the Ontario Real Estate Association


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