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.
Social media is outraged at the possibility of Canadian developers offering big overseas incentives in attempt to win back foreign buyers.
Love it or hate it, but don’t expect to see the flood of Mainland Chinese real estate buyers you saw this time last year.
The World Economic Forum is warning that retirement savings will be $400 trillion short by 2050 to support retirements.
Turns out Canadian and American millennials are finding the pursuit of homeownership a little more difficult than their Chinese counterparts.
Still waiting for foreign buyers? Because the founders of Juwai, China’s largest international property portal have just cashed out, so…
The Economist has released their list of the world’s most expensive cities, and no Canadian city makes the list. Finally, some good news.
Did foreign buyers run the Canadian real estate market in March? Not likely, since China saw another month of capital inflows, not outflows.
North Korea has seen real estate prices increase at a rate similar to other hot global markets. Is Pyongyang also the next Manhattan?