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Old Posted Apr 11, 2018, 9:50 PM
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Originally Posted by King&James View Post
Look to the Vancouver market as a Beacon of what happens when government interferes. Short term hit, then back to resuming climb. demand is still there and the wave of Toronto exodus will lap up against Hamilton soon again.
I feel like much of what we've seen has just put Hamilton back a few years to where certain neighbourhoods were a gong show, but other parts of the city were more calm...my downtown/west end hood is seeing some ridiculous prices in recent listings and sales going full price.

Hamilton is NOT Vancouver or TO. If council stopped pandering to whiners, and actively pursued 10,000 new housing units to be built in the city ASAP, we would see a balancing of price points and rental vacancies. But Hamilton is still anti-business and the ON government is just a joke that couldn't operate an ice cream truck if it had to.
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