New Multi-Family Assessments Could Lead to Higher Rents Across BC

New Multi-Family Assessments Could Lead to Higher Rents Across BC

Recently LandlordBC spoke of assessed values of rental buildings, which in turn could render into reduced investments in existing buildings and lead to fewer new developments being made.

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