@PierrePoilievre
pierrepoilievre
a month ago
Freeland won’t say if Canada has a housing bubble, even as inflation forces youth to pay $1M for a Burlington semi detached. #JustinFlation
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@GVettoretto
Giuseppe Vettoretto
a month ago
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@colinsusan1
Susan Abbott
a month ago
@PierrePoilievre An economist said there wasn’t a housing bubble…..have you heard of supply and demand????
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@Al_1_1_1
Al.1
a month ago
@PierrePoilievre If they admit a bubble means that the worthless Canadian dollars will devalue 20%+ they cant fuel more liquidity into RE + will be a disaster for the economy. Canada lack if innovation blow RE bubble cant create jobs other than RE.
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@RodKahx
Rod Farva's litre of cola
a month ago
@PierrePoilievre Who the heck house shops at Sotheby's?
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@bd14803774
bd
a month ago
@PierrePoilievre Cash ready will wait
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@lnugrant
Featherless Biped
a month ago
@PierrePoilievre Yes - the poor youth of burlington. Meanwhile I got into my house for under 100k in New Brunswick. Is this a nationwide housing bubble, or a bubble in Canada's cities? Because it seems a bit daft to me that our finance critic would try to suggest it's the same across this country
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@kalpeshmak16
Kalpesh Makwana
a month ago
@PierrePoilievre $1M for Burlington semi-detached is a steal deal. Compact 3-bed/1 garage freehold townhouses (the smallest freehold single-family units possible) are clearing at $1mn and a tad. Condo townhouses with monthly fees are quoting $800K - $850K.
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