Media Roundup November 14th, 2008

Media Roundup

Real Estate News

Power back in the buyers' hands (Globe and Mail)

Housing sales to drop 12% this year, CREA forecasts (Financial Post)

Cdn Home Sales Strong, CREA Revises Home Price Forecasts  (CEP News)

Homeowners' new reality: You're suddenly poorer (Globe and Mail)

Realtors' group cuts forecast (Toronto Star)

Real estate gets the Obama boost (Globe and Mail)

In a down market, home prep is critical (Globe and Mail)

Housing Starts Remained Strong in October (CMHC)

US Real Estate News

U.S. mortgage help plan unveiled (CBC)

U.S. mortgage plan falls short (CNN Money)

Uncle Sam's realtors want you (Toronto Star)

85,000 homes lost to foreclosure in October (CNN Money)

Economic News

Canada buys up mortgages, central bank lends more (Reuters)

Canadian banks may not need any government aid: TD Bank (Reuters)

Developed world is in recession: OECD (Globe and Mail)

Urban Planning and Neighbourhoods

Revamped AGO a modest masterpiece (Toronto Star)

Regional Canadian Real Estate News

Vancouver Real Estate Asks if You Fell (Yatter Matters)

Vancouver Real Estate Graphs for October 2008 (Vancouver Reflections)

Saskatoon homes sales to decline while prices increase: CMHC  (Saskatoon Online)

Montréal Real Estate Market Continues to Favour Sellers (Montreal Real Estate Blog)

St. John’s Fall Housing Market (St. John's Real Estate Blog)

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