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Over half said their investments in the sector outperform their other financial assets
CIBC’s top economist is going one better than TD’s, suggesting Canadian home prices may be as much as 15% overvalued and not just the 10% suggested by his counterpart at that other bank.
Saskatchewan and Alberta will have the best economic growth over the next two years of all the provinces, according to a forecast out today.
Total sales of detached, attached and apartment properties in Greater Vancouver climbed nearly 6% last year, although missed the 2009 high by over 9%, according to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV).
Canada’s coolest arctic city is also one of its hottest rental markets.
Canadian commercial real estate eat your heart out. A survey of international investors is once again recognizing the United States as the top choice for 2012.
Albertans remained the most positive about their financial fitness heading into 2011, suggests a new CIBC poll, supporting growing investor interest in the province.
The IMF is casting its own wary eye over the Canadian housing market, suggesting the average home price is 10 per cent above where it should be, setting the stage for a major correction if really only in B.C.
A team of industry experts is now steering development of CREW’s 2012 Investor Forum series – the diverse group focused on deepening and widening content.
House prices remained unchanged nationally for a second consecutive month in October, according to the Teranet-National Bank index.
It may be counterintuitive, but a leading property investor is suggesting now is the time to buy apartment buildings – a glut of condos on the market notwithstanding.
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The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market