Minto Apartment REIT
Veteran executive played a key role in the creation of a real estate investment trust now valued at $2 billion.
Ottawa-based real estate firm says the 'vast majority of residents have continued to pay their rent on time during the pandemic.'
REIT is looking at building a significant number of new apartment units at three of its existing Toronto sites.
Ottawa-based Minto Apartment REIT says tenants continued to pay rent at a typical rate in May, adding the company remains in a “strong financial position” despite the COVID-19 crisis.
The REIT said it had collected 97 per cent of this month’s total rent owing as of April 14, which it called “a level consistent with its normal collection cycle.”
Minto Apartment Real Estate Investment Trust turned in solid growth in the fourth quarter of its fiscal year
As its property managers sign tenants to increasingly lucrative leases, Minto Apartment REIT is seeing its quarterly earnings rise in step
Minto Apartment Real Estate Investment Trust is bolstering its Montreal portfolio with two residential properties that are primed for renovation and higher yields on rent
One year after Minto Apartment REIT went public, the Ottawa-based company’s portfolio continues to deliver above initial expectations.
Minto’s real estate investment trust has acquired a stake in a three-tower Toronto property from its sister company