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Central Okanagan Housing Bubble - A Data Dive

And it happens again, yet another real-estate driven discussion in the lunchroom. It is February 2017, and despite red hot warnings from the CMHC, economists… 745 more words

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2017 Salt Lake Housing Forecast

2017 season is upon us and the housing forecast is looking bright

Sal Lake County’s residential market had its best year since 2006. What helped the market is…strong job growth, increased in-migration, low mortgage rates, and solid wage gains-supported increased levels of sales activity  and pushed up single family and condominium prices to all-time highs. 181 more words

For Buyers

Housing Dilemma....Part 1

As I have mentioned in previous posts in 2017, I am struggling with a Housing Dilemma which has paralyzed me for the last month and a half. 1,772 more words

Passive Income

Economist: Pay rises won't be enough to cover interest rate rise - Tamsyn Parker. 

Auckland 2017

‘Falling Off The Property Ladder’

$1,000,000 House – $700,000 Mortgage

1% Rate Rise = $135 PER WEEK!

$900,000 Mortgage = $173 PER WEEK! … 229 more words

Economics 101

WAKE UP KIWIS! One in five Australian homeowners will struggle with rate rise of less than 0.5 per cent - Julia Corderoy. 

Can’t say you haven’t been warned, often.

One in five Australians are walking such a fine mortgage tightrope that they could lose their homes if interest rates rise by even 0.5 per cent. 174 more words

NZ Housing Bubble

OECD: Fears of a massive global property price fall - Szu Ping Chan, Isabelle Fraser. 

Property prices have climbed to dangerous levels in several advanced economies, raising the risk of massive price falls if markets overheat, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). 176 more words

NZ Housing Bubble

Case-Shiller Home Prices At New Highs

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The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index, covering all nine U.S. census divisions, reported a 5.6 percent annual gain in October, up from 5.4 percent last month. 603 more words

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