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US Housing Market Crash

US Housing Market Crash

Will the Housing Market Crash in 2020? A new Wall Street Journal report puts the odds of a recession at their highest level in 7 years, at 25%. Previously, economists forecasted 2020 as the year of the collapse. There are those with a persistently negative outlook getting too much press…
New York Real Estate Market Forecast

New York Real Estate Market Forecast

New York Real Estate Predictions There’s no shortage of doom and gloom talk about a US housing crash that would take NYC down with it. In fact the recent reports of high foreclosure rates in Queens, Bronx and Staten Island are a little alarming. They’re not quite as negative though…
US Cities Most in Danger of a Housing Crash

US Cities Most in Danger of a Housing Crash

Housing Bubbles in US Cities The US economic outlook couldn’t be brighter and the housing market did alright in 2019. US homeowners gained $1 Trillion in home equity in the last year alone. That’s $16,000 or 13.3% more per mortgage holder. Turns out, real estate has been an excellent investment…
China Housing Crash | The Coming Bubble Collapse

China Housing Crash | The Coming Bubble Collapse

China Housing Bubble About to Collapse? American’s are enjoying good economic times again and although the road to health and prosperity will have some bumps, the motion is set. The United States is the envy of the world again. On January 1st, 2019 (25% tariff), imports to the US will…
Toronto Housing Market Crash

Toronto Housing Market Crash

Toronto Housing Market Bubble Toronto home prices are still in record territory even though more sellers are listing. Demand for GTA housing is strong due in insufficient supply. And new construction starts were down again in September. So what would cause demand to collapse amid a glut of homes on…
10 Ways to Avert a Toronto Housing Market Crash

10 Ways to Avert a Toronto Housing Market Crash

How to Avert a Toronto Housing Market Crash? Toronto’s real estate market overheated in 2017 due to housing availability problems but what resulted in 2018/2019 was not a crash. The Toronto market is resilient. Why is an impending Toronto housing crash a disaster for us? The economy may crash creating…