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jimtan
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Re: LePage Expects Vancouver Housing Correction in 2017

Tue Mar 07, 2017 1:18 pm

reallyreal2 wrote:
Real estate board blaming snow for lack of sales - LOL

What a bunch of clowns.   :lol:

The biggest e-diot is the moon guy.  :shock:
 
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Re: LePage Expects Vancouver Housing Correction in 2017

Tue Mar 07, 2017 1:20 pm

largest size of moron is the negative stevie and tim jan
 
jimtan
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Re: LePage Expects Vancouver Housing Correction in 2017

Tue Mar 14, 2017 7:44 am

Look in the mirror  :roll:

Meanwhile, the sellers are putting up a fight. As Steve has concluded, sellers are withdrawing. It's now up to the buyers. Will they pay up? Many possible scenarios. The important thing to note is that the Months of Inventory are still high, particularly in Burnaby, Richmond and Van East.

"February 2017 Detached Market Report"

http://vancitycondoguide.com/february-2 ... et-report/
 
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Re: LePage Expects Vancouver Housing Correction in 2017

Tue Mar 14, 2017 7:48 am

^---- irrelevant no-name media


however, low vacancies throughout the region. we're going to the moon!
 
jimtan
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Re: LePage Expects Vancouver Housing Correction in 2017

Tue Mar 21, 2017 11:45 pm

Someone who is smarter than you.

"Toronto Home Prices May Jump 25% This Year, TD Says

... Toronto’s housing market is likely to stay strong for the rest of the year, with home prices jumping as much as 25 percent, amid hints that speculators are fueling demand and posing a potential risk to the economy, TD Economics Chief Economist Beata Caranci said.

A “strong Toronto home-price forecast is not a vote of confidence in market fundamentals,” Caranci wrote Monday in a note to clients. “It’s getting harder to ignore warning signs that market demand pressures are increasingly reflecting speculative forces.”

... “Evidence is building that speculative forces are growing deeper roots, which raises the risk that prices will move closer to the top end of that forecast in the absence of policy measures,” Caranci wrote..."

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... omics-says
 
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Re: LePage Expects Vancouver Housing Correction in 2017

Wed Mar 22, 2017 5:25 am

^--- someone less intelligent than most .

That's foreign media by the way
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