Exploring the rennie landscape: Our Current Market Explained

The rennie podcast is about the real estate market and the people connected by it. Tune in for monthly discussions making sense of the latest market data and to hear from an array of industry experts helping us answer big real estate questions about demographics, economics, urban planning, and design.   

Episode #15: Exploring the rennie landscape: Our Current Market Explained
In this episode, we join rennie's Managing Broker, Justine Loo, and Senior Economist and Director of Intelligence, Ryan Berlin, to explore our current market through the lens of the Spring 2021 edition of the rennie landscape by asking these key questions:

  • How did our Canadian economy and housing market change in the immediate aftermath of the pandemic?
  • Where do things stand right now in terms of job recovery, population change, and mortgage rates?
  • What can we anticipate for the road ahead?

Follow along as our team dives into these key insights, explores why they matter, and how they can better inform your real estate journey.

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Featured guest
Ryan Berlin, Senior Economist and Director of Intelligence

Additional reading
the rennie landscape - Spring 2021

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