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Wall Financial (WFC) stock does not trade a lot, but it is a name worth watching if for no other reason than the window it provides into the Vancouver real estate market. After riding high for the past decade or so, Wall Financial is down 31.4% so far this year. Insiders are buying the pullback and INK Research puts that signal of optimism into its G versus D economy framework.


Is VanRe feeling the effects of COVID-19?

After listening to INK's summary of what is happening in Vancouver, take a trip through the US real estate landscape with Nick Halaris, president of Metros Capital. Canadian Insider Club Ultra members have full access. If you are not an Ultra member, join us or upgrade today.

In this crisp and sharp interview, Halaris joins Real Vision to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on the real estate market. Halaris breaks down what he has witnessed in terms of rent collections, transaction volume, and risk appetite in every sector of real estate from residential to commercial. He discusses how coronavirus might alter many real estate business models like those of co-working, co-living, and short-term rentals permanently. Based off information he has garnered from Metros’ own portfolio and conversations with his peers, he shares his perspective on what the future of real estate could look like post-crisis. Filmed on April 28, 2020.

Multi-family holding up relatively well

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