The worlds biggest bond fund seems to think there’s some sort of an issue with the Canadian real estate market.
Ed Devlin sees a decline somewhere in the range of 10-20 percent for home prices across the nation.
“And if you get that kind of 10-, 20-per-cent real correction, that should alleviate some of the stresses,” he added in an interview with our real estate reporter.
“And so that’s kind of what what we’re seeing. It will start this year, it could be bumpy along the way.”
To be clear, Mr. Devlin is not forecasting a sudden crash, but he joins a chorus of voices, from Deutsche Bank to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, in raising red flags.
Deutsche Bank, for example, believes the Canadian housing market is the most overvalued in the world.
Read the full article here.