Professor Murtaza Haider, in a video presentation, explains how working-from-home (Telework) disrupts spatial equilibria. The home office (the Hoffice) is the innovative construct that helps…
Haider-Moranis Bulletin: Because autonomous vehicles will require less space for parking, underground structures could become redundant. Advances in transportation technology are transforming the way we…View More Why above-ground parking may be the best bet in the age of self-driving cars
A new report (which can be found here: UAI_VFH_Report_June 2019) by the Ryerson Urban Analytics Institute assesses the regulatory provisions for the Vehicle-for-Hire industry. The…View More Regulating Vehicles-For-Hire in Toronto
A Report in Collaboration with Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario (RCCAO): Click here to view the report: A New Approach for How Parking…View More Overhauling Toronto’s outdated parking regulations will cut housing costs
Haider-Moranis Bulletin: Housing affordability only partially depends on prices. Regulatory changes, such as the stress test and mortgage rates, play a large role, too. Conventional…View More Housing affordability is getting worse even though prices are falling. How is that possible?
Haider-Moranis Bulletin: While some markets might have started to recover, others still have to experience more moderation in sales and prices CIBC says drop in…View More Canada’s big-city housing markets are all at different stages of the cycle, April figures show
Haider-Moranis Bulletin: Households with affordability challenges have lengthened rental tenures, resulting in very low rental vacancy rates and rapidly rising rents One in…View More Two policy moves killed residential rental construction in Canada, and we’re still feeling the effects
Haider-Moranis Bulletin: For immigrant families, housing alone has been the primary driver of wealth growth The recent slump in real estate sales and prices in…View More How housing is helping immigrant families close the wealth gap