Greenwin Inc. CEO, Kris Boyce, recently sat down with Perpetual Media Group for their #reflections series. The project is an inside look at the lives and professional milestones of Canada’s leading real estate executives.

Take a peek at the preview below and stay tuned for the full piece coming soon:

#reflections – Kris Boyce – Teaser from Perpetual Media Group (PMG) on Vimeo.

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Greenwin Inc. Chairman Cary Green sits down with journalist Andrew Krystal to talk about affordable housing in Toronto and surrounding areas – live on 570 News.

Join Greenwin online (Facebook & Twitter) as they continue their social media campaign – alongside industry heavyweights like FRPO, GTAA and CFAA – on topics like making housing affordable in Toronto, the importance of purpose-built apartment rentals in Toronto, and the implications of rent control.

To listen, follow these instructions:

  1. Click this link
  2. Scroll to Tuesday April 11, 2017 10 AM
  3. Cary’s interview begins at 24:00
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The CBC‘s recent No Fixed Address series has drawn some much needed — albeit controversial — attention to Toronto’s red-hot rental market.

If you haven’t kept up with the string of stories, here it is in a nutshell: journalist Shannon Martin, self-described as “small but cute” — just like her former apartment — lived in a 454-square-foot condo rental for $1,650 a month, plus hydro. Underlining the similar living circumstances of her friends, she reports, “Whether we work in media, pharmacy or public relations, most of us are forking well over 50 per cent of our paycheque to put a roof over our heads.”

Hustle. That was Martin’s way of making it work. That is, until she received an email from her property manager that rent was about to increase to $2,600. Read: a 454-square-foot condo for $2,600 a month. She called up the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board and got a two-word answer: you’re screwed.

A reality? Maybe. Screwed? Not exactly.


So starts Jessica Green’s latest piece for Toronto Storeys. She aims to prove that $1,000 actually CAN get you a great rental in the GTA – and breaks it down with some luxurious examples from Greenwin Inc.

Read Jessica’s full piece on Toronto Storeys right now.

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