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Vancouver Real Estate Forecast – Regulation & Currency

By admin / May 10, 2017

QUESTION: I am new to your services. I purchased the Canadian report on the property markets. I am fascinated by your ability to forecast so many events. I understand it is the computer for sure and no individual has the time to forecast so many markets all the time. It appears your forecast on the […]

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London Property Sales Crashed 40% Thanks to Tax Increase

By admin / April 26, 2017

Where I use to live back in 1985 The London housing market sales has crashed to its lowest level now since 2013. We reported in November 2015 with the turn in the ECM on 2015.75 that the London property market peaked. Valued crashed by 11.5% in the first month after the turn of the ECM. Landlords […]

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Real Estate Speculation – Boom – Bust – Just Insanity

By admin / April 18, 2017

QUESTION: Hi Marty, Thank you for this blog post. I understand your position but what if you find yourself as I do with real estate being the MAJORITY of your portfolio? What then? I follow your blog and I learned that mortgages in Canada are only 10 year mortgages and the exchange rate is favorable right […]

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Why Real Estate Should NEVER be the Majority of Your Portfolio

By admin / April 13, 2017

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, I believe you may be the only person who has identified this trend in government others are just starting to see. Here in New Brunswick in Canada, they have raised everyone’s property taxes claiming you did some sort of improvement when you did not. This is just fraud. You are correct. This just […]

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Vacation Real Estate – Always at the Bottom of the List

By admin / April 6, 2017

QUESTION: I understand that when people lose confidence in government that equities, precious metals and real estate will rise in value. Looking at real estate, will vacation rental properties also rise in value? RM ANSWER: Generally speaking, vacation properties will not fair as well as basic properties in a reset only because people contract in their […]

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Confidence in Real Estate Crashes in Australia

By admin / March 22, 2017

The rush of foreign capital that has caused real estate in major cities to soar coming out of China has hit Australia, Canada, and the USA. The laws against foreign ownership in Australia have been the harshest in the world. They have confiscated property owned by foreigners and are forcing it to be sold at losses. […]

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Are Cycles Universal or Regional?

By admin / March 20, 2017

QUESTION:  I have a question regarding cycles. You provide some very detailed, historic references showing why certain events are occurring now (again). Is there a disposition for something that occurred in the past to be destined re-occur for a particular region/country (i.e. Greeks abandoning property due to excessive taxation) because it happened once and now […]

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Real Estate & the Financial Crisis

By admin / March 13, 2017

QUESTION: Hello Armstrong, Thank for you the great post “The Future – Putting it All Together”. It helps a lot to get a good overview, considering everything is connected. One question, you say “Real estate is nice for some part of a cash holding, but it is taxed to hold it and it is not liquid.” […]

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Real Estate – the Faces of Buyers

By admin / March 12, 2017

QUESTION:  Dear Mr. Armstrong, as a daily reader of your blog I noticed the recent comment on the norweigian real estate market. You wrote that it was capital flight from the eurozone that made the prices go higher. Parking, not speculation, It seemed, in the light of everything, as a very natural development. As the […]

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