Low interest rates have re-ignited home sales, but experts expect the buying spree to ebb once pent-up demand from last fall is met

(Source: Globe and Mail)

For the throngs wandering through open houses this weekend, it may feel as though they fell through the looking glass while they were peering into closets. The downturn seems like a bad dream. Housing prices have rebounded, formerly gun-shy buyers are back on the market, and bidding wars abound.

Has real estate got its boom back?

Read Susan Krashinsky, Elizabeth Church and Richard Blackwell’s full article “A year after the world ‘ended,’ the bid wars are back” in the Globe and Mail (September 26, 2009).

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