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Post-Exodus Real Estate: Liquidity & Sprawl

Thursday Dec 10th, 2020

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When you think of real estate development in small towns, what do you imagine? For most investors, large land parcels with massive master-planned communities are the first thing to come to mind. Proportionately, this type of development is responsible for bringing a lot of units to market in the past few market cycles. It may not be especially well-suited to meet the changing demands we've seen in the Greater Toronto Area as a result of the "urban exodus" phenomena I wrote about... [read more]

The urban exodus & York Region real estate: Daniel Foch weighs in for YorkRegion.com

Thursday Aug 6th, 2020

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Is York Region attracting detached-home buyers amid the COVID-19 pandemic? While Toronto condo sales have fallen to lowest level since Great Recession, York Region looking lucrative NEWS Aug 03, 2020 by Dina Al-Shibeeb  Vaughan Citize Daniel's Excerpt Below: With experts in the real estate industry continuing to speculate on how COVID-19 will affect the market in the long run, indicators so far show a win for York Region suburbs’ detached... [read more]

3 reasons you shouldn’t get caught up in spring “price growth”

Friday Mar 13th, 2020

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Today’s 3-pointer will be brief, and it could very quickly become functionally irrelevant as the coronavirus panic spreads from grocery stores to real estate viewings. There are 3 statistically-biased reasons you really shouldn’t get too wrapped up in the idea that “spring market” pricing is any different than the other seasons: People – selection bias Product – selection bias Pricing – observer bias I have this... [read more]

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