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Real estate investment often involves identifying if a property has a good value for its location and condition. Forbes invited prominent members of the real estate industry to provide at-a-glance tips to determine if a property is a good deal.… Read more
Last week, Property Passbook was featured in an article by CBC News reporting on foreign buyers of real estate in Montreal. CBC News noted that Montreal is currently the 10th most researched location on Property Passbook. When interviewed, Property Passbook’s… Read more
As we pass the midpoint of 2017, global financial markets remain buoyant and property markets are generally strong across the board. Some clear trends are emerging including the decline of the finance sector, Brexit effects, emerging Asia, and Trump. On… Read more
Property Passbook was recently featured in an article by 第一财经 (Yicai), China’s largest financial media conglomerate. The article discussed the phenomenon of Chinese millennials buying real estate overseas. Our statistics show that 50% of overseas real estate investors are below the… Read more
The 1st and 2nd quarters of 2017 have been a volatile period for the global property market. Here are the five most significant policies and trends pertaining to global investment into new construction residential real estate.   TORONTO – The… Read more
Founder and CEO of Property Passbook, Colin Bogar was invited to share his views on BBC World News recently. During the interview, he discussed the outlook of the global economy as well as the impact of China’s “One Belt, One… Read more
The Property Passbook Global City Rankings for Q1 2017 reflected significant volatility in our algorithm. This can be attributed in part to the current global geopolitical instability, leading to uncertainty in global currency markets. However, other reasons for such changes… Read more
Property Passbook’s CEO, Colin Bogar, and VP of External Relationships, Colland Tu, were recently interviewed by Eastern-Chinese media. During these Shanghai-based interviews, our team discussed the implications of stronger trade agreements between China and Western nations.   Figure 1: Colin… Read more
Property investments in many Asian cities have a compressed yield. This basket of 6 Chinese cities (Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Nanjing and Hangzhou) is no different (Figure I). Property Passbook’s analysts have highlighted 7 major Canadian cities (Figure II) with median property… Read more
Property investments in many Asian cities have a compressed yield. This basket of 6 Chinese cities (Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Nanjing and Hangzhou) isn't any different (Figure I). Property Passbook’s analysts have highlighted 7 major American cities (Figure II) with median property… Read more