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A westward view of King Street East is reflected in a storefront. (Tim Fraser for The Globe and Mail)
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Record run for commercial property shows signs of slowing Add to ...

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Canada is on pace for a record-setting year for commercial property deals, but there are signs that lenders are curbing their appetite for the country’s real estate market.

Commercial real estate activity this year is poised to exceed the $32-billion record set in 2007, brokerage CBRE said in a new survey.

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