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.
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.
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.
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