The program encourages the conversion of vacant, unused second and third floor space above street-front commercial establishments & street level space behind store fronts to self-contained rental residential units and the redevelopment/conversion of vacant and/or underutilized residential and non-residential structures to create new rental units.
New home starts were lower in the London Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) in March according to preliminary figures released on April 11, 2012 by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). Builders laid foundations for 74 homes compared to 77 in March of 2011.
On February 29, 2012, the London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® received the award for volunteerism at the Ontario Real Estate Association's 2012 Leadership Conference in Toronto. The award is intended to recognize and honour a real estate board or association for its exceptional efforts in the area of Leadership and Volunteer Development.
New home starts were up in the London Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) in February according to preliminary figures released today by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). Builders laid foundations for 88 homes compared to 69 in February 2011.
The winners of the "Don Smith" Commercial Building Awards, established by the Regional Commercial Council (RCC) of the London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® (LSTAR) and sponsored by D&H, CBRE, TD Commercial Banking and Honeywell Building Solutions, were announced last night (February 7, 2012) to a capacity crowd at the London Club.
2011 shaped up to be a solid year for real estate in London and area. Watch this video report of the 2011 President of the London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS®, Jack Lane, as he analyzes the market activity during his year in office.
January 31, 2012
We would like to acknowledge the Indigenous Peoples in whose traditional territory we work and live: the Anishinabek; the Haudenosaunee; and the Lunaapeew. The three distinct First Nations communities within the Middlesex-London area are: Chippewas of the Thames First Nation; Oneida Nation of the Thames; and Munsee-Delaware Nation. We acknowledge the many longstanding treaty relationships between Indigenous Nations and Canada – including the London Township Purchase of 1796 between the Anishinabek and the Crown. This territory is now home to many First Nations, Metis, and Inuit peoples. Each of us must honour these relationships, and we all have a responsibility to reconcile.