The young and the restless in Moncton

As one of Canada’s Top Five least expensive places to buy real estate, Moncton is attracting a new wave of investors who are snapping up buys from a plethora of new residential developments.

The growing demand on both the purchase and rental sides offers investors the potential for both cash flow and high ROI.

It's one reason why CREW's Investor Forum is headed to the vibrant Atlantic city this fall, September 21.

Claude Gautreau, senior marketing analyst for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, will lead a debate and discussion on the changes now in play.

With rental rates expected to increase anywhere from 1.5 per cent to 2.5 by the end of the year, Gautreau will also examine the best buys in the city and outline what short- and long-term opportunities as well as obstacles investors should consider before entering or expanding their portfolio in Moncton.

The city’s influx of a young people may be contributing to its changing economic landscape, with new industries such as retail, trade, finance replacing manufacturing, construction and public administration.
York County, in particular, has seen the greatest inflow of international migration thanks to its proximity to the city’s French language university.

The 20% Early Bird savings ends August 8. To reserve your place with a discount register online today at www.moncton.theinvestorforum.ca

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