The median May rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in the top 100 U.S. cities is $1,300 a month. In San Francisco, a 2-bedroom apartment will set you back $4,690 a month while New York offers a bargain price of $4,480 a month for a 2-bedroom apartment.
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Helicopter money may be on the horizon, but if Deutsche Bank has its way, there is at least one intermediate step.
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The world is undergoing a profound demographic shift that will cause sweeping changes over the next few decades.
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International Energy Agency (IEA) chief Fatih Birol said on Sunday that oil prices may have bottomed out, providing that the health of the global economy does not pose a concern.:
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A Chinese buyer on a significant investor visa snapped up the most expensive home sold in Melbourne over the weekend, a Balwyn home on a very large block that sold for $6.36 million.
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At the end of March, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation reported 593 new multi-family homes were in inventory in the Calgary CMA, with 10,398 under construction.
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The Re/Max real estate report for Calgary for the first quarter of 2016 says there is more inventory on the market than last year. “Properties that sell are those that are priced correctly and show well,” says the report. “While continued uncertainty in the oil industry has made some buyers hesitant, there is interest in the market and open houses are busy.”
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Seeking to standardize, increase allowances and simplify applications
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As the old joke goes, there are really three seasons in Canada: winter, more winter and construction.
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We hear more and more talk about the possibility of imposing negative interest rates in the US. In a recent article former Fed chairman Ben Bernanke asks what tools the Fed has left to support the economy and inter alia discusses the use of negative rates.
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