Bubbles can go on for a long time. Canada’s real estate, especially in Vancouver and Toronto, have been bubbling for quite some time; many years in fact. I don’t possess a crystal ball that will tell me the future. So I have no idea when it pops. All I have is common sense.
So I was perusing Google Trends recently and decided to plug in a few terms related to Canada’s real estate bubble and bankruptcy. Oh, hi. It’s been awhile. The nose is at 99% healed since the surgery in December – nose is great, life changing. The eyes are at around 95% healed since the laser eye surgery in March – eyes are great, life changing. Finished the pilot Valuation online certificate through NYU – spectacularly imploded and failed the final exam but redeemed myself on the valuation project to pass the program with high honours in the 60ish percentish final grade range. Since the course ended in May, I have had very little interest in any type of learning outside of casual reading. Time’s been filled with outdoor fun since June. Alright, with the little life update out of the way, let’s dive into some interesting data.