Friday, 27 January 2012

Mclean's 周刊1月26日讯: "加拿大房市毫无疑问处于泡沫,同时很可能即将破灭"

Mclean's magazine - Thursday, January 26, 2012 1:56pm

"What happens when Canada’s housing bubble pops?"

A few days ago, Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney released another alarming, albeit muted, warning shot about the state of the Canadian real estate market. Some properties in Canada are “probably overvalued,” the central banker said during an interview with CTV. Last week Finance Minister Jim Flaherty hinted he is also worried about housing: “We watch the housing market carefully and we are prepared to intervene if necessary,” he said.

So, are we literally living in a bubble? And when it bursts, will it get as ugly as it did south of the border? Here’s where the most recent speculation is pointing:

Yes, we’re in a bubble, and it will probably pop soon.

The signs of a bubble are unequivocal. At 13 years and counting, Canada’s current housing boom is one of the longest-lasting in the world

No comments:

Post a Comment