Obviously not having condo (age/rental) restrictions is best for resale value.
Would you guys not buy a condo because there were too many rentals in the building?
(Hard to tell if this is a negative because tenants may not care about the building long term - or if it is a plus because the place is apparently easy to rent out?
BBQs allowed, pets allowed with no size restrictions, no age restrictions, no rental restrictions is best possible scenario for re-sale.
If you are 80 years old and want a quiet building one that is 70% rented may not be the best option; however, if you are an investor I don't think you avoid a building with too many rentals if it makes sense; however, you aim for one with a lower percentage of rentals if possible. For example, 365 Waterfront is only 15% rentals while the Juliet is approximately 55-60% rentals.