Canadian real estate analyst Ben Rabidoux will be hosting an event on February 21 that will answer questions some residents may have regarding the current housing market. According to the event’s website, some of the topics Rabidoux will include: Why the Canadian housing market is more vulnerable than some may be aware of; what a “hard landing” in housing would mean for the Canadian economy; what a significant housing correction would mean for your investment portfolio; and, how to protect it and what to expect in the coming months.
Due to the faltering economy, some people may have had to scale down their home. While some people may have chosen to donate their extra belongings to the needy or their loved ones, others may not be ready to give away all of their personal items yet. In this case, purchasing a Toronto storage space would be beneficial.
On February 7, the MNI Washington Bureau announced that Canada’s housing index increased to .2 percent in December, which was a slight change from the.1 percent reported in November. While it might still be too early to predict the future for the country’s housing market, analysts think residents will experience a “soft landing,” according to the Globe and Mail.
Phil Soper, CEO of Royal LePage, said he has high expectations for the next few months.
“With economic fundamentals such as employment levels improving, we expect this cyclical correction to be short-lived,” he said.
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