Tue, Jun 14, 2011 - 8:55pm
Housing prices are at an ALL.TIME.HIGH. in Canada right now. Some fun stats:
- 70% home ownership in Canada
- average single family home price in Vancouver = 11 times the median household income.
- average single family home price in Toronto = 9 times median household income.
- Canadian economy is not booming
- jobs are not growing
- incomes have become stagnant
Mainstream response when asked if there's a bubble: "Absolutely not!! Its different here!"
When I see a 1 bedroom shack sell for $2.3 million in Vancouver and know that driving half an hour south to the US the same property could be purchased for $50K, a red-flag goes off for me.
Edited by: Hi Rez Jack on Nov 8, 2014 - 5:07am