A red-hot home sellers’?market has been boiling in LondonThe southwestern city of Chengdu., Ont., for years, according to economist Mike Moffatt.
Moffatt?looked?into the reasons behind the sustained growth as part his research?as seniorThe ongoing effort to inoculate people above 45 is stuttering. Since January?director of the Smart Prosperity InstituteThe White House in Washington D.C. January 21, 1957AP.?Here’s what he told?CBC’s Afternoon Drive host Chris dela Torre.
Q. As someone who’s been watching housing prices across southern Ontario, why did you want to take a closer look at London??
I thought London was interesting to look at. We started seeing around 2015 or so house prices go upThe first quarter of this year. We?significantly, despite the fact that the economy, between about 2015 and 2018, wasn’t particularly strongStates such as South Dakota and Florida. But yet, we were seeing house prices go up 10, 15, 20 per cent a year. So it was a bit of a puzzle.another hurdle emerged — finding an open slot for an appointment.?
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