Discover the “Future Issue,” How Culture and Real Estate are Adapting After a Wave of Change

Discover the “Future Issue,” How Culture and Real Estate are Adapting After a Wave of Change
In the past year, we have witnessed a wave of change that has engulfed every aspect of everyday life, accelerating technology, business, culture, society – and real estate. In our latest issue of Insight: The Art of Living magazine, we invite you to explore some of these trends and changes in a futuristic era that has now arrived.

Learn how four major urban real estate markets weathered the pandemic storm, and how the popularity of multi-generational homes and family-friendly communities have risen in a year that has been about bringing everyone and everything into your immediate orbit.
From luxurious cabins to stylish urban townhomes, you’ll also discover how the long-promised future of prefabricated buildings is finally here. Enterprising architects and designers are finding ways to use prefab’s advantages in a variety of settings.

Explore some of Canada and the world’s most appealing travel and vacation home destinations, including Prince Edward County’s newest simple and stylish waterfront retreat, Wander the Resort. The property taps into the nostalgia of family vacations, camping with your family, or renting a cabin on the water. It is also the only Canadian property to make the 2021 Hot List at Condé Nast Traveler.


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