Chinese newspaper Epoch Times news article of specialist Chartered Real Estate and Mortgage Broker Tony Fernandes about the Real Estate Market in Montreal With over twenty years in the Real Estate business Tony Fernandes expresses his view of the Real Estate Market and trends of the market. see link belohttp://e-paper.epochtimes.com/
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Mortgage rates to stay low through 2011, but then rates will increase in 2012. The long term rates for a five year mortgage is beginning to creep upwards towards over 5 percent. Even though the mortgage situation is strong in Canada the emerging markets are competing for the investors dollar. Its time to buy your house, invest, refinance etc,as the cost to borrow money money will go up in 2012.
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Prices are going higher as the demand for 50+ units gets higher and higher in Montreal. The international investor as well as the local investor are competing to buy the same properties. The result has made prices spiral in the last two years. Sellers should take advantage of these demands. The mortgage rates will rise next year which will impact the prices being paid for these units.
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Emerging markets competing for our North American dollar. At the recently concluded CAAMP forum 2010 Kevin Oleary(sharks tank Dragons den) Warned that the emerging markets like Brazil are far outpacing the North American markets. Huge hydro companies in Brazil with no debt and growth of 12% per year are competing for our money and soon, once the world realises, and it may already have, money will start flowing out of North America and into those markets. That could impact our markets access to money and mortgage rates could be affected by these conditions. We need to work together to educate our people as to what to do when they dont know what to do. (Benjamin Tal)