Quiz: Could You Be One of the Top Property Managers in Toronto? Answer These Questions and Find Out

Property management is a growing industry in Canada. From 2011 to 2012 alone, the last years for which data is available, the industry grew by $282 million nationwide, to nearly $5.6 billion.  This growth is set to continue, particularly in Toronto, where more than 130 building projects are still under way. As new communities emerge, new property managers in Torontoare needed to manage them. If you’ve been considering entering the field of property management, or if you are currently a property manager and want to know how you are doing, here are some questions to consider.    Read the article…………….


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