Ephraim Vecina

Ephraim Vecina

Ephraim Vecina

Ephraim is currently a journalist at Mortgage Broker News, Real Estate Professional and Canadian Real Estate Wealth.

Ephraim is a highly accomplished news reporter whose work has been published across North America and the Asia Pacific region. Before joining Key Media, Ephraim spent eight years working as a journalist with Reuters TV. His areas of expertise include real estate, mortgage, and finance.

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Published Articles by Ephraim Vecina

Must-buy REIT in 2017: Choice Properties Real Estate Investment Trust

Choice Properties currently holds over 43.3 million square feet of leasable shopping centre space

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Loonie weakness could stimulate home price growth this year

Significant housing risks will arise from prolonged low exchange rates between Canada and the U.S., however

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CREA outlines the Alberta market’s prospects for 2017

Sales to grow at a moderate pace, but average sale prices will remain flat

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Agent to pay back $95K to homeless woman in failed condo deal

Agent promises to complete payment by February 2017

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Residential investment slowdown to affect national economy soon

New federal mortgage rules might lead to lower home supply and investment—and thus weaker GDP growth, the Parliamentary Budget Officer warns

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REITs projected to exceed expectations in 2017

Two underrated REITs are some of the best deals that Canadian investors can get right now

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How brokers can improve their digital visibility

Industry professionals should now begin considering “strategy” and “digital strategy” as the same thing

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National Bank’s shelving of broker-mediated selling offers a glimpse into the future

“E-mortgage” model will ratchet up competition in as little as five years, industry veteran predicts

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Residential investment at lowest quarterly levels since 2010

The culprits? A real estate commission proxy and the B.C. foreign buyers’ tax

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Canadian REITs mixing portfolios amid a turbulent market

Millions of square feet to be developed into mixed-use projects under joint ventures by various Canadian REITs

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