I remember a song when I was younger called “Turn Off The Radio”, and I wonder if it applies to today’s market. Here’s a link to an article about how Canada may be talking itself into a Housing Crisis. Interesting. This is one of my favourite comments, because it’s good to see the yin and yang. I don’t know if either one gets it 100% right, but it’s good food for thought. Here’s how I see it: Do the media moguls sit around the table and ask how much truth they put out this month? Nope… but I bet they ask how many viewers, sales and online views they got. Final thought: The defining feature of bubble markets is three years of double-digit appreciation, plus a high degree of speculative buying. None of which is present anywhere close to us.
Moving on, there are a handful of standouts, including Duncan Lane, Babcock and McEwan. When we look at McEwan, I’ll discuss why having a staggered garage can be the best or worst thing, depending on the buyer and what they want. And here’s a link to another bonus article I read about a $46,000 buying mistake… pay close attention to this one. I see this happen a LOT. I’m meeting with the author for a mastermind on Friday – should be fun!