Global economies are becoming more interconnected, and so are real estate markets. Researchers at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) measured prices in 44 cities, and 40 countries – both in advanced and emerging markets. What they found is that whole countries are seeing real estate prices in the closest synchronization since the Great Recession. Even […]
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IMF ranks Canadian real estate as “overvalued,” late mortgage payments are falling fast, and Toronto and Vancouver condo prices are soaring.