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JNO1

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This was taken a couple weeks ago. Nothing happening at that time.
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we'll see how the sales process goes on phase 1 and with interest rates rising, many pro formas are not working esp on wood frame.
Interesting. What is the reason for this? Sales for wood framed condos are tougher because of interest rates? Movement to concrete buildings or just don't buy?
 
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Construction financing/lending in this case.

But on the whole rising rates pushes people out of the market, pauses decisions or changes product type/size/location for some.
 

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Interesting. What is the reason for this? Sales for wood framed condos are tougher because of interest rates? Movement to concrete buildings or just don't buy?
There's a relatively high risk perception pertaining the timber supply chain and financing for woodframe buildings is becoming harder to get with decent rates because of this.

Also, as Ian mentioned, higher rates affect the buyer side in several ways.
 

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There's a relatively high risk perception pertaining the timber supply chain and financing for woodframe buildings is becoming harder to get with decent rates because of this.

Also, as Ian mentioned, higher rates affect the buyer side in several ways.
Yeah, there are definitely still supply chain issues. Just on my street, there are several infills with basements to grade waiting on floor joists. Been in that state for a couple months.
 

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Construction financing/lending in this case.

But on the whole rising rates pushes people out of the market, pauses decisions or changes product type/size/location for some.
Considering these are rentals, I wonder if rental demand will be higher now that home purchasing is more expensive with the interest rate increases. More rental demand may make Rohit move on this sooner , for example.
 

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Yeah, there are definitely still supply chain issues. Just on my street, there are several infills with basements to grade waiting on floor joists. Been in that state for a couple months.
Less of a 'supply chain issue' than a demand, capacity, labour issue due to a lack of companies that provide joists.
 

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