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The Best In The West Did Not Include Vancouver

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Posted by Canadian Real Estate Wealth Wealth

on Thursday, 19 May 2016 12:52

The three best places to invest in the past 12 months were BC's Fraser Valley Up 30%, Battlefords Saskatchewan up 19%, and even in Alberta thats been strangled by lower Oil prices and an anti-Oil Government Calgary managed to end the year to the upside.

....read more HERE


3116663-1related: The 6 Largest Canadian Cities - April CDN Real Estate: Rocketing Straight Up



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April CDN Real Estate: Rocketing Straight Up

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Posted by Brian Ripley's Canadian Real Estate Charts

on Thursday, 12 May 2016 16:41


Canadian Real Estate smashes upwards to all-time record highs while Oil, Stock Market and Precious Metals are all remain down from their peaks.

The chart above shows the average detached housing prices for Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto*, Ottawa* and Montréal* (the six Canadian cities with over a million people). 

....read the entire analysis HERE


Vancouver Blows Toronto Out of the Water in every category from condo's to single family dwellings



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Vancouver Blows Toronto Out of the Water

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Posted by Brian Ripley's Canadian Real Estate Charts

on Tuesday, 10 May 2016 16:58



Higher Average Prices in Vancouver than GTA:
45% more for a SFD
13% more for a Town House
16% more for a Condo

....for analysis go HERE


Canadian 6 City Real Estate Comparison


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A Screaming Hot Deal in BC No Less!

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Posted by Michael Campbell & Ozzie Jurock

on Wednesday, 20 April 2016 08:23

Ozzie Jurock Press Photo160An apartment already rented long term for $525 a month with a purchase price of only $31,900! Now that is a hot property, the cash return is huge. Imagine if you finance it. That is not all from Ozzie Jurock either, he wraps up this segment with Michael Campbell with another Hot Property below:



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The FED, Labor Force, & Real Estate

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Posted by Chris Vermeulen - The Gold & Oil Report

on Monday, 11 April 2016 05:25

Systemic Risk is Rising Quickly...

The Federal Debt:Collingwood-Real-Estate-Market-1030x687

The current amount The U.S. Government owes is over $19 trillion and therefore it is mathematically impossible to pay back. They will never be able to pay this back.  Central bankers are in uncharted waters. They do not know how to create economic growth and fight deflation in some areas of the market.  They do not know how to even return to a time of “normal” monetary policy.   Their pretense of knowledge, of being able to effectively control currencies used by billions of people, is coming to an end.

The amount of debt only continues to grow and people think that somehow, governments are beyond the laws of mathematics.  Things are fine until they are not.  This is not an issue that will just go away   or disappear, but rather continue to build until it reaches a breaking point.

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