8
Apr
Posted by Emvertex

As we all know, Canada's two largest cities – Toronto and vancouver are the most expensive cities in Canada.How do these two cities compare to other large north American cities? According to Zoocasa according to house prices in December last year, at 3.75% of the 20% down payment, 30-year mortgage and fixed mortgage rates, and different parts of the real median household income and purchase ordinary housing the income difference, 35 major cities in North America to buy a house…

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1
Apr
Posted by Emvertex

Metropolises that have seen property prices tumble as a result of the global economic slowdown are attracting attention.If the downward trend continues, it could reduce the willingness of homeowners to spend.Then there is the fear of financial chaos. The median price of a Manhattan apartment in central New York fell 5.8% to $999,000 in the fourth quarter from a year earlier, the first time it has fallen below the $1 million mark since the third quarter of 2015 (July to…

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19
Mar
Posted by Emvertex

House prices are down, but rents are high, according to a new report from the home-rental website Padmapper. The three most expensive cities in the country are Toronto, vancouver and Burnaby   Toronto is the most expensive city in Canada for one home and vancouver the most expensive for two.   Toronto rents are $2,260 for one and $2,850 for two. The rent in vancouver is 2,100 yuan for one room and 3,260 yuan for two rooms. Burnaby rents are…

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14
Feb
Posted by Emvertex

Last year, the investment into the blossoming fintech sector of the United Kingdom broke records as the startups of the country reached a new stage in their growth journey. According to the data that was published by In novate Finance today, the private equity and venture capital investment in British fintech increased to an all-time high of $3.3 billion (£2.6 billion), an increase of 18 percent as compared to the levels recorded in 2017. Significantly, the growth in private equity…

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30
Jan
Posted by Emvertex

Hong Kong stocks fell slightly in the first few minutes of Wednesday as nervous investors await the conclusion of a Federal Reserve policy meeting, while Chinese and US officials prepare for crucial trade talks. The Hang Seng Index edged down 0.29 per cent, or 79.15 points, to 27,452.53. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index gave up 0.37 per cent, or 9.50 points, to 2,584.75 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, slipped 0.53 per cent, or…

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