Last time I said my opinion on this forum,
Some people said I don't have the knowledge to give advice.
So who cares where I take my numbers from? I obviously don't know what i'm talking about ;)
MaximeValmontabout 45% of homes purchase were secondary homes.
188 COTTINGHAM ST., TORONTO
Agent: Doug Heighington (Royal Lepage/ Johnson and Daniel Division)
read the fawning article and see the pic of a ridiculous century semi.
Rickson9It's pointless thinking about whether we are in a "bubble" (or not). If an individual can't find an investment that makes financial sense, then it doesn't matter what we are in.
Rickson9It's pointless thinking about whether we are in a "bubble" (or not).
Here is food for thought.
Interesting to see what you guys are thinking. I do not think that there is a bubble waiting to burst but since house prices in TO have only been increasing since 2000, I have to wonder when it will stop.
Don Campbell's opinion seems to be that we are in recovery phase...Therefore there would be a boom phase of the real estate cycle ahead of us. I have my doubts since I have not seen a correction of prices.