Rising Interest Rates Are Cooling Real Estate. But Are There Still Opportunities?

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Summary

  • With rate now rising, has the easy money in real estate already been made?
  • How real estate may become the haves and have-nots for investors.
  • The tale of two outlooks when it comes to retail real estate.

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Low interest rates have helped to fuel Canada’s red-hot housing markets. But Colin Lynch, Head of Global Real Estate Investments at TD Asset Management, tells Greg Bonnell the market is changing, and investors may have to be more discerning when looking for opportunities.

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