Foreign buyers aren’t into US real estate these days. National Association of Realtors (NAR) numbers show a lot less foreign buyers in the year ending March. This is the second year volumes have declined, printing the fewest foreign buyers in at least a decade. US Real Estate Is Less Attractive To Foreign Buyers In 2019 […]
US real estate prices just passed their previous price peak, for the first time since the Great Recession. The S&P Case-Shiller Index shows January just printed an all-time high, for the first time since 2006. That may ring alarm bells for many markets, but this peak took over 75% longer to reach than last time. […]
US tech firms are flocking to Canada for high quality tech employees, even with pricey real estate. This comes at the expense of wages.
Foreign buying of residential real estate is surging across the United States, reaching over $153 billion in sales over the past year.
Canada has twice the ratio of vacant homes the US did before the great recession, indicating Canadian real estate may be in hypersupply.
US real estate firm CoreLogic has observed that as mortgage rates climb, credit ratings have started to slide across America.
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.
The gap between new home prices in Canada and the US is growing, with Canadian homes now more than 50% more expensive.
Canada tops the list of foreign buyers searching for US real estate. Turns out we’re more likely to keep homes empty than Chinese buyers.
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