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Vionell Holdings Partnership (VHP) manages a large portfolio of rental units, including apartments, town homes, condominiums, seniors apartments and single-family homes within the city of Brandon, Manitoba, and in Thompson, Manitoba. VHP currently has over 2,500 units under management in Manitoba.
ABOUT BRANDON, MANITOBA
Brandon is the second-largest city in the province of Manitoba with a population of just over 46,000, and a metropolitan population of approximately 53,000. Situated in the southwestern corner of the province, the city is a major trade and retail hub for this largely agricultural region, serving a combined population of nearly 180,000. The city is home to major educational institutions, including Brandon University, Assiniboine Community College, the Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts, and the Manitoba Emergency Services College. Other major facilities include the Brandon Regional Health Centre and the Keystone Centre, one of the largest convention, recreation/entertainment and agriculture complexes in the nation. Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Shilo is located a short distance east of the city. Visit the City of Brandon website to learn more.
LATEST NEWS FROM VH PROPERTIES
From the feedback that we received (which was very much appreciated), readers suggested that smaller apartments would indeed be welcome, however, most suggested that they should have one private bathroom and some commented that they would only be interested if the units had private laundry facilities.read more
Locally, we don’t have a lot of options that would fall into this same category, especially when trying to meet affordable housing rental rates. The question is if we did have scaled back living arrangements with shared facilities would this be a popular choice?read more
However, there is a flip side and it is often best to weigh all the pros and cons of moving back home versus staying in the city. Even though you might be looking forward to free Internet and your mother doing your laundry for you, it often comes down to dollars and cents (and what truly makes sense!).read more