Thursday, July 21, 2011

From Peter Kinch's Blog

"In this interview on the Fanny Kiefer Show, Peter Kinch and Don Campbell bust some common 'Myths' about Vancouver real estate prices, interest rates and real estate investing in general."
What's happening with rates?
Should I float or lock in?
Can I still buy affordable housing in Vancouver?

Here's the interview on last week's Studio 4 with Kinch and Campbell - dispelling myths and trying to make sense of this market... After the Jump!


Park City Real Estate said...

I think it's not that bad. Basing on the analysis of these two great people, it's still kinda safe, though Vancouver has been hailed as one of the most expensive places to live in.

Rudra455 said...

The RE/MAX Return on Investment Report found that 11 (17 per cent) of the 65 Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) districts reported an upswing in the value of a single-detached home in the first six months of 2009, despite one of the worst first quarters on record. The Beach (E02) saw the greatest percentage increase year-over-year at 3.79 per cent, with average price rising to $715,422, up from $689,278 in June, 2008. Pickering (E13) placed second, with the average price of a single-detached home climbing 3.72 per cent to $389,536, up from $375,577 from one year earlier. Willowdale, Newtonbrook (C14) ranked third, with a single-detached home rising in value from $754,470 to $779,537 -- a 3.32 per cent increase.

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