China is dealing with some of the world’s most ruthless real estate speculators. Here are some lessons Canada should take away.
Due to my background, I’m invited to quite a few privileged conversations. One of those occurred a few months ago, when a Beijing-based money manager sent my office an email, and asked if I could meet him in Toronto for coffee. He was fairly vague, but said he just wanted to have a casual conversation […]
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China’s capital outflows continued to rise, and expect that number to accelerate soon as new anti-money laundering measures are rolled out.
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China’s largest buyer of international real estate just got yuan blocked. Here’s what went down at Anbang, and how it will impact the market.
Old money cities like London still top the list for the uber rich’s secondary home of choice, but some new cities are popping up on the list.
Homeowners are starting to recover from the US real estate bubble that burst in 2008, but over 10 million mortgages have little to no equity.