Juwai is teaming up with JD.com to sling Australian, US, and Canadian real estate to Mainland Chinese buyers in just a few days.
The value of Canadian real estate has been debated for some time. Those that benefit from ownership, often say “fundamental value” is sending prices higher. Further adding that the increase of home prices, results in an increase of wealth for the country. Housing activists say that real estate has become highly commoditized. They argue, escalating […]
New York City is getting an additional tool to crack down on real estate flippers. The new tool is just one of the few ways the city is letting speculators know they aren’t welcome.
French NGO, Sherpa, is alleging that millions of dollars in Canadian real estate bought by “corrupt African leaders” was obtained with questionable cash sources.
Toronto real estate continued to see a cooler market in February. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show prices are still higher, but they’re tapering fast. This occurred as sales declined, and inventory climbed for the eleventh consecutive month. Toronto Real Estate Prices Are Seeing Gains Taper The sale price of a home is still […]
We know you’re busy. So here’s a cheat sheet on the week’s most important real estate stories. You’re welcome. Canadian Real Estate Canada Didn’t Skip The Great Recession, We Delayed It. Here’s The Chart Recessions sound bad, but they serve a useful purpose. They’re a part of the natural business cycle, killing misallocations of both […]
National Bank of Canada is the first of the Big Six to anticipate lower prices for Toronto and Vancouver real estate.
A top Chinese property executive thinks Canadian real estate prices will be impacted by stress testing buyers, more than foreign property taxes. She blames easy credit to absorb asset inflation, which it turns out the Bank of Canada has been saying for years.
The Chinese government just took control of a company that recently bought billions in Canadian real estate, and one of Asia’s top real estate execs says Vancouver is “overpriced.”
The CEO of China’s largest international real estate portal thinks Chinese demand for Vancouver real estate will drop because it’s “overpriced,” not because of taxes.