What can investors expect in 2015?

As 2014 winds to a close, CREW looks back on some of the real estate industry’s forecasts for the year ahead. While there have been ebbs and flows, scary headlines and good news too, the forecasts have mainly pointed to strong economic and demographic fundamentals that will continue to support housing activity in 2015.

 
 

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COMMENTS

  • by Dealmaker TJ 2015-01-03 6:39:36 AM

    In other words no one knows what is going to happen. As a commercial real estate professional my feeling is that everything will be dictated by The Bank Of Canada. Banks are sheep and will follow each other in any mortgage rate increases or decreases. The people that will be most affected by mortgage rate increases are young people buying their first condominium with a limited down payment unless they go to " The Bank of Mom and Dad". I only wish these low mortgage rates were around in the 90's when mortgage rates were 18% plus and many people were forced to sell their houses. Old pensioners are chomping at the bit for rates to rise so they can get a better return on their investments.

  • by Judy 2015-01-05 4:07:03 PM

    Yup, sucks to be a "boomer" - high interest when you are young and in debt. Zippo when you have a few bucks and are 6-0!

  • by TomWitek.com 2015-01-06 10:37:45 AM

    What can investors expect in 2015?
    That's just funny shows NO ONE knows what 2015 holds

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