What U.S. Real Estate Leaders Can Learn from
Canada’s Experience Before and After the Crisis
By William J. Ferguson
In the aftermath of the worst global financial crisis since the Great Depression, Canada is basking in a well-deserved time in the sun.
Unlike the United States and other countries that
bore the brunt of the economic collapse of 2008,
Canada avoided most, if not all, of the problems.
The reasons can be summed up in two main factors:
fiscal conservatism, and strength in leadership.