(Source: Financial Post)
Even the real estate industry in Canada is having a hard time swallowing the complete turnaround in the housing market.
A new survey from Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd. found more than a quarter of its agents do not believe the housing market’s current strength is sustainable.
When 1,153 agents and brokers were surveyed across the country about whether they thought the housing market’s recent performance was sustainable, only 707, or 61% said yes. Another 28% said no and 11% didn’t know.
Read Gary Marr’s full article “Even Canada’s real estate industry questions housing turnaround” in the Financial Post (September 10, 2009).