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A report by Re/Max says Canada’s largest cannabis producers are being credited with micro-booms in some local economies, and the trickle-down effects are visible in nearby housing sales and price increases.


It has been nearly one year since cannabis was legalized in Canada – but has the haze cleared from how Canadian home buyers and sellers feel about its presence?


Sold data coming to Realtor.ca, disclosure, cannabis and the future of real estate: Here are the stories from the last 10 years that generated the most views on REMonline.com.

Presenting the Action Plan for Cannabis Legislation at Queen’s Park, from left: Matthew Thornton, OREA’s VP of public affairs and communications, David Reid, president of OREA; and Larissa Smit, OREA’s manager of policy.


Growing cannabis indoors requires high humidity and high temperatures. These conditions create perfect conditions for mould and fungus to grow and spread, which is difficult and expensive to remediate.



I have now given more than 30 seminars about the new Cannabis Act to real estate brokerages, real estate boards and landlord groups.


What condo owners and tenants may not realize is that the right to use cannabis is not unrestricted. The legalization of marijuana does not give people free rein to smoke just anywhere they like.


Cannabis, also known as marijuana, will be legalized in Canada on Oct. 17. However, that doesn’t mean you can use it anywhere you wish.


I am already receiving calls about how sellers, buyers and real estate agents are to prepare for the new Cannabis Act, now scheduled to become law in October.

Marijuana Paradise is a pot dispensary in Portland Oregon, part of a string of retail drug stores that have popped up as a result of the state of Oregon passing a law legalizing the use of marijuana. (iStock.com/joshuaraineyphotography)


With the legal retail sale of recreational cannabis, Avison Young has developed a request-for-qualifications (RFQ) framework for landlords to determine whether these retailers are a good fit for their properties.