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December 2015

Real Estate Outlook 2016 Issue

By | 2017-01-19T19:13:56+00:00 December 31st, 2015|Products|

Outlook 2016 Special Issue

NEW: 50-plus page Outlook 2016 Forecasting issue (PDF)
All this and more will be covered in this NEW issue:

  1. Specific forecasts for Canadian and American real estate markets
  2. 20 years of statistics across Canada
  3. Forecast for 2016 for Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Okanagan plus Phoenix, Las Vegas, and other US markets
  4. 5 best place to invest in Canada
  5. 5 best places to invest in the US
  6. 5 best suburbs in Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Phoenix and Las Vegas for cashflow
  7. 5 best ski resorts with potential
  8. 5 best […]

November 2015

Snowbirds study your tax rules!

By | 2015-11-16T18:27:39+00:00 November 14th, 2015|Hot Tip|

There is a lot of tight tracking of Canadian citizens visiting the US. The new computer system knows every day that you spend visiting. That has an impact on the rules under which you might have to file a tax return.

There is some confusion about how long one can stay before one has to file a US tax return. Well, there are two rules.

One … you go for 183 this year and you are fine. Over that you are considered a “resident alien” for U.S. tax purposes and must file a regular U.S. tax return.

Two: There is also correct that for the […]

Facts By Email #43 – Nov. 9-16, 2015

By | 2015-11-18T19:09:02+00:00 November 12th, 2015|Facts By Email|

SNOWBIRDS NOTE: REVISION AND CORRECTION SINGLE FAMILY PRICES UP AN OUTLANDISH 25% WHAT IF THE OFFSHORE BUYERS QUIT COMING? - Scary scenario sketched by the BC Minister of Finance CALGARY HOTEL MARKET TANKING; VANCOUVER TOWERING COMPARING 8 OF CANADA'S CONDO MARKETS B.C.'S BIGGEST PENSION FUND BUYING RV PARKS SELL A HOUSE, BUY AN APARTMENT BUILDING TROUBLED MT.BALDY MAY HAVE FOUND A BUYER - and Whistler home sales are finally recovering 5 FACTORS IN FUTURE REAL ESTATE MARKETS

August 2015

Canadian housing market – doomed?

By | 2015-10-05T20:06:17+00:00 August 15th, 2015|Hot Tip|

There are a lot of doomers out there about the Canadian housing market. First, there was Deutsche Bank as well as our Central Banker Poloz that saw us 30% overvalued. Now CMHC is raising a warning finger.

In fact CMHC in its quarterly house price and analysis and assessment of 15 markets says Toronto, Winnipeg and Regina are all now considered high-risk markets. But unlike Poloz, CMHC says Vancouver is ok … but Toronto, Regina and Winnipeg are at HIGH RISK!

Add to this that high profile demographer Harry Dent says Vancouver is the single most bubbly city on the planet.

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