The International Opportunity. Opportunities Around the World . Source: NAR, 2013 Profile of International Home Buying Activity. U.S. residential property sales to international buyers, ranked by top countries in 2013 in billions*. Argentina/Brazil $4.1. Canada $18.9. France $3.3.
Source: NAR, 2013 Profile of International Home Buying Activity
U.S. residential property sales to international buyers, ranked by top countries in 2013 in billions*
*Source: National Association of Realtors
2014 AREAA GLOBAL & LUXURY SUMMIT
REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITIES IN CANADA
NEW YORK | THE WALDORF ASTORIA | APRIL 12-15
GREATER VANCOUVER, BC
5 Years: 17.98%
3 Years: 5.97%
1 Year: 3.08%
5 Years: 17.79%
3 Years: 17.29%
1 Year: 8.24%
5 Years: 26.49%
3 Years: 14.33%
1 Year: -2.01%
5 Years: 15.84%
3 Years: 10.02%
1 Year: 3.51%
GREATER TORONTO, ON
5 Years: 29.15%
3 Years: 16.14%
1 Year: 6.61%
5 Years: 16.67%
3 Years: 5.05%
1 Year: -0.12%
GREATER MONTREAL, QC
5 Years: 16.49%
3 Years: 6.35%
1 Year: 1.89%
Financial StabilityAccording to Moody’s Investors Services, it ranks Canada’s banking system as number one in the world for financial strength and safety. Canada banking system is also the world’s soundest in World Economic Forum. No Canadian bank or insurance company failed or required bailouts during the global financial crisis.
Distance to Asia and EuropeBlessed with one of the world’s best natural deep-water harbours on both east and west coast, similar to United States, Canada has direct access to both Asian and European countries, and of course, the United States.
World recognitionfor being an entrepreneurial countryCanada is the best country in the G-20 to do business, according to both Forbes and Bloomberg. *Forbes and Bloomberg
A unique andvibrant cultureCanada is a melting pot of cultures from all over the world which when combined together, creates a unique and vibrant culture. No matter which country you are from, you can feel just like home.
Steady, andlow mortgage ratesAccording to CMHC, Canada mortgage rates will continue to remain low, by historical standards, as it only expects a slight rise in rates on an annual basis in 2014.
According to The World Bank, Canada led all G-7 countries in economic growth over the past decade (2003-2012).
Highly educated workforceCanada’s workforce is the most highly educated among members of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, with half of its working-age population have a tertiary level education.
CompetitiveR & D EnvironmentCanada’s R&D-intensive sectors in the G-7, with a cost advantage that is 10.7 per cent lower than that in the U.S.
Low Tax Rates:You get to keep moreof what you makeCanada’s overall marginal effective tax rate is by far the lowest in the G – 7 – about 17 percentage points lower than that of the United States. *KPMG
Great Place to invest, work and live.One of the world’s most multicultural with world-class universities, a universal health care system and clean and friendly cities in addition to having the second highest standard of living in the G–20, as measured by GDP per capita. *The World Bank
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