May 2016

Royal Bank of Canada just released it's report called "The Canadian Housing Health Check" published this May 2016. It looks at the housing market in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal and Calgary, reporting on the various risk factor ratings across those markets. Click on the icon in the corner to pop out and view the pdf or download the report. [gview file="https://realestatemontreal.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/RBC-real-estate-healthcheck-may16.pdf"]...

This smart aparment designed by LAAB Architects in Hong Kong. "This transformable micro-apartment is the future of city living"   https://youtu.be/F_2YqEJsDlk?list=PLKfWL8IXgKBte4TfD53pLaHONfSYCX0RH The video is posted by INSIDER and click here to visit the LAAB Architect website. The website features some of their awesome art and architecture   ...

I recently real an article by Michael Andersen on Medium entitled  "A guy just transcribed 30 years of for-rent ads. Here’s what it taught us about housing prices".  It's a great read to understand how looking at the data tells an important story such as the state of employment and salaries over the many years.  Have a read below; https://medium.com/@andersem/a-guy-just-transcribed-30-years-of-for-rent-ads-heres-what-it-taught-us-about-sf-housing-prices-bd61fd0e4ef9#.f4klei1iq  ...

If you're at all interested in the sustainable economy or the concept of a circular economy which envisions a better way forward for our world and the ways of doing business, I highly suggest you check out this free, livestream conference taking place live, at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington DC.   Featured Photo by Marina del Castell https://bcove.me/6wo5oqwm This is the site: https://www.uschamberfoundation.org/event/2016-sustainability-forum  ...

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