Last night, the Ontario government released a list of all businesses they consider to be essential during a Covid-19 induced shutdown-ish thing. Some doomsayers have told me the general economy has sort-of been ground to a halt. Some organizations seem to be salvaging with the ostensible "work from home" strategy. The challenge with real estate is that … Continue reading Real estate was deemed an essential workplace during COVID-19 – here’s 3 reasons why.
I had someone inquire about last week’s 3-pointer videos on Instagram (which I haven’t posted the follow-up article to, sorry). The inquiry was specifically about the meaning of a supply-flood, and how exactly that may take shape. A flood, or other type of supply-shock is probably the biggest vulnerability the real estate market faces right … Continue reading Watch for these 3 supply flood indicators in the real estate market.
1. Don’t try to time the market. Buy and sell in the same economy. Trying to create or carve out an arbitrage in a volatile market is where people get burned. Unless you're an economist, an actuary, or write financial instruments for a living, arbitrage is fickle. One of the important ignored nuances around this concept … Continue reading 3 protection mechanisms for transacting real estate in a volatile financial market